I have a 27" 2013 iMac that I am going to put an SSD into. I have tried an external, USB 3.0, SSD enclosure in the past, but I wasn't happy with the way that it worked. I let my computers sleep, instead of turning them off, and if the computer slept for too long, usually overnight, the drive would disconnect and I would have to reboot. Also, the USB 3.0 signal, which can disrupt 2.4Ghz signals, kept interfering with my Magic Mouse so the cursor would act weird causing a lot of frustration. So, I have decided to order this adhesive and Thermal Sensor from Amazon to install the SSD. However, I know that I also need a mounting bracket for the SSD. I know this one is pretty popular, but my concern is that it connects to the SSD, then I have the Temp Sensor to connect to the bracket, then finally the the SATA connector to the iMac. That seems like a lot on connections between the SATA cable and the actual SSD. Would that cause any performance hit in terms of speed with this setup? Is there a different mount that I should order that works well in the iMac? Thanks.