Hello all, sorry if this is redundant, I'm sure this has been covered somewhere but the SSD buying guide thread is a bit daunting at 95 pages worth of posts. I recently bought a 13' cMBP from the refurb store. I love everything about it, especially the SSD, but I'm quickly realizing that I'm going to outgrow the 128 gig SSD it shipped with before long. I know I can easily go the external HD route, and I will be utilizing external hard drives anyway as I do some audio recording and production so will have to use externals for storage, backup etc. But I travel all the time as a performing musician too, so I'd also like to not have to rely on externals for my everyday music, photo and movie libraries and such. I've considered using high capacity usb 3.0 thumb drives or SD cards, but I'm worried about keeping them organized or losing them. What I'd really like is just to upgrade my internal SSD to a much bigger one, somewhere in the 500gb range. So I've done a preliminary bit of research, but most of what I've found are threads or youtube videos about replacing an HDD with an SSD or installing a second SSD in the superdrive bay (I want to keep my superdrive). Before I keep searching I figured I'd turn to you fine folks to see what you think. What would this process entail, how difficult is the procedure of swapping them out, what brand/type SSD's are the best/most reliable and whats the easiest way to go about re-installing OSX and all my apps and files on a new drive? I know OWC has some upgrade kits, but the ones I saw all seem to be for MBA's or Retina MBP's. Plus I always find their website to be a bit visually overstimulating. I'm reasonably good at following directions and taking things apart, but basically I don't want to get in over my head or make some rookie mistake that will mess up my new computer. Again, apologies if this has been covered somewhere, feel free to link me to an appropriate thread. Any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated!