I have a unibody 17" MBP with 8 GB ram. It currently has a 500 GB drive in. I know the reasons for switching to a SSD. I have wanted to for a very long time. I always have at least 7-10 programs open including Vmware and I am always waiting for something to do it's thing. So I have wanted to switch to a SSD, BUT the size of the SSD's are just not there yet for me. With the amount of videos, docs, pics, etc I have on my computer, it takes up ALOT of space. So I was thinking about 3 different resolutions. 1) get two large SSD drives and RAID 0 them in the MBP. I have not really seen any articles, posts, etc, on anyone doing this yet. So I don't know how OSX feels about it. Does it work well just like regular platter drives? Even then 320 GB would be the most I would get from 2 Intel SSD drives. 2) Use a combo of an SSD for the main (program) drive and then keep the 500 gb in the MBP for storage of video files, itunes, docs, pics, music, etc. Questions being, would I see any improvement of having the SSD inside if I continue to use the platter drive for storage? 3) just wait till large SSD drives come out......not my personal choice. Any advice or suggestions would be great. Thanks!