I have a Mac Pro early 2009. I'm thinking of getting a Crucial RealSSD C300 128GB for as a Windows 7 boot drive. From what I understood, with the OS's TRIP function it should it's a good choice. I'm also getting an external 4TB HD enclosure. I'm going to be running that with a NewerTech MAXPower eSATA 6G PCIe 2.0 Controller Card. After that I have an unused eSata port. Will I get a performance benefit from the 6 Gb/s controller if I use the C300 SSD in an external enclosure? (and from what I understood, Win7 is bootable with the eSata card) Of course if there's a better SSD choice for my need I'm interested! The SSD should be >100Gb and at the same price range.