Hi, I am thinking of upgrading my 2.2GHz Black Macbook (3,1)/4GB RAM to give it a performance boost while I wait for the i3/i5 13" notebooks (and to give me some time to save for one). I have a budget of about $250, and considering the following two options - which one do you think would be a better deal? Option A: Install one of the new Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drives, which will give me more room and a performance boost from the hybrid technology and faster 7200RPM speed (up from the stock 160GB 5400RPM), and upgrade the RAM from 4GB to 6GB (I know I'll loose double channel performance, but from what I've read the trade-off is worth it). Seagate Momentus XT 250 GB 7200RPM SATA 3Gb/s 32 MB Cache 2.5 Inch Solid State Hybrid Drive (~$100) + Crucial CT51264AC667 4GB 200-pin SODIMM DDR2 PC2-5300 Memory Module (~$136) Option B: Upgrade to an SSD. Will have less HD space than I have now, but I would expect a bigger performance boost. Kingston SSDNow V Series 128 GB SATA 3 GB/s 2.5- Inch Solid State Drive (~$230) I use the Macbook mostly for mail, web browsing, Word/Excel, Keynote and Aperture - the last two programs are the ones driving me nuts performance-wise. The Aperture library is on an external FW Drive, so I wouldn't be constrained by the smaller size of the SSD drive. Any other suggestions to boost performance are welcome.