Hi everybody, I want to to a clean re-install of OS X on my iMac with SSD and have a short question: Is there anything to consider when formating the SSD to keep the maximal performance? Means: Will it be perfectly fine to "only" format the SSD with Disk Utility (which, as I guess, simply "marks" all the data as deleted) or will the SSD keep better performance if I also overwrite all data with zeros before re-installing the system? Will the second way result in a less-fragmented "new start" for my SSD or is this not how things with the files on it work? Or does the finally enabled TRIM function takes care of all of this anyway? I would be nice if someone (who knows better how exactly a SSD works) could give me a hint how to do my new clean install the perfect way if it really makes a difference. Thanks a lot in advance!