So far, this has been repeatable with the last 3 iTunes Updates, Safari update, and OSX 10.6.6 and 10.6.7. Every Apple update absolutely murders my SSD's boot time from 1.5 gear spins to over 12. To fix it, I have to do a combination of the automatic cleaning with Onyx and Snow Leopard Cache Cleaner, as well as changing the owner back to admin (sudo chown root:admin /). All 3 must be performed or else it will stick to its >12 spins. I also reset the PRAM the 3 times as recommended by Apple to fix issues. Does anyone else experience this? It seems a little silly that every Apple update does this, but no other updates to applications such as Firefox, Chrome, and other 3rd party software hurts it. It literally takes my boot time from <5 seconds to >30 seconds. Thanks in advance.