Hi, I just noticed Samsung released the latest incarnation of it NVME SSD: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/970pro/ The spec says it runs NVME version 1.3 (there is a driver for Windows) https://www.anandtech.com/show/11436/nvme-13-specification-published-new-features Questions... Does anyone know if high Sierra support the 1.3 spec? Will it fall back to 1.2 spec if installed in a system with out the newest drivers? Neither the cMP nor the nMP fully utilise the transfer speeds available so the main benefit of the 970 seems to be lower power draw = less heat, so it should be a good fit for the trashcan. I'm after a 2TB stick so maybe I will just get the 960 pro as I know this works.