Hey guys! Quick question, I just got off the phone with my local Authorized Service Provider and the gentleman was telling me that even though they technically could put the Hard Drive I would like in my computer, they are limited by Apple as to what they will allow. I'm worried Apple will limit me to another Fusion drive even though I'm paying or a so so ssd. They also said that the pricing they charge is also basically controlled by Apple. I'm long out of warranty. Are there any particular reasons I really need to go to an Authorized Provider other than that I trust they should know how to do the repairs / upgrades correct? There is a non authorized guy around the corner from my house who has worked on tons of computers for me over the years and I could go see him as well. For a hard drive change, I was just going to have him add the temperature cable, new hdd and clone the old drive onto it. I assume that is all anybody would need to do. From Apple, they said they could only replace my hard drive with another of the exact same. That seems odd. I'd rather not. Also, for taking it into them, do I need to give them my login or can I just give them a guest account? I don't want the repair tech having access to my iCloud Drive, other computer files, etc. Am I missing anything obvious? Thanks!