Hi all, I was looking at SSDs for my new Mac Pro build and this caught my eye: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820227660 Crazy >500mB/sec read/write speeds, sandforce controller, decent price/capacity, etc. Of course, it's not a SATA drive but a PCI-E card drive (whatever you want to call it). From what I've read, these don't have a history of playing well with Macs, but I wanted to ask you guys and see if anything has changed since then. I'm interested in a super fast drive for System/Boot/Applications. There are SSDs now that are out-pacing the SATA II (3gb/sec) interfaces but the Mac Pro doesn't support SATA III yet, and who knows how long it will be before they do. So PCI-E seems like a good solution to break the 3gb/sec barrier but I don't know if OSX will even recognize it let alone boot from it. Thoughts?