Hey MacRumors, long time lurker. I have a 2011 Macbook Pro 13in i5. Ive had an OWC Mercury Extreme 60 GB SSD in it for a few weeks, and it has been great. Best upgrade Ive ever done. However, I recently switched things around by replacing the optical drive with an OWC Data Doubler with the OWC SSD in it, and I put the stock 320 GB HDD that came with the MBP back in the HD bay. I put the stock HD back in the HD bay because I have often heard posters on here warn that an HD in the optical bay has the potential to be damaged by sudden movements while running since the stock HDs from Apple dont have built-in drop protection, but rather the protection is inherit in the HD bay itself. The issue I am having with this setup now is that waking from sleep is very slow. If I put the machine to sleep and the screen goes black, it will take around 30 seconds after I try to wake it for the screen to actually come on and go from black to blue. Previously, with the SSD in the HD bay wake from sleep was basically instant. I assume that the delay now in waking from sleep has something to do with the MBP taking longer to recognize the boot drive in the optical bay as this is a rather non-standard configuration. Is there any way around this? Is this simply a sacrifice that must be made to have the boot drive in the optical bay? And for that matter, how dangerous is it really to have a stock Apple HD in the optical bay? And I am aware of the wake from hibernation issue with the OWC SSDs. It happened to me once with the OWC in the HD bay after I ran out of battery. When it came back on it was frozen, and I had to reboot. However, this is NOT the issue I am referring to. I am well aware of the hibernation issue, but this is a different issue involving a delayed waking from sleep that is exclusive to the boot SSD being in the optical bay. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.