First post here. Just got a refurb'd mac mini i7 2012 - I'm considering whether to put in a Crucial M4 256GB SSD drive I have around, and whether to create a DIY fusion drive with it, I have a few questions based on reading a lot of the material in here... 1. Is there really an issue with large music files w/ a Fusion setup? It says here http://blog.macsales.com/15617-creating-your-own-fusion-drive: The trouble comes when you start working with larger files, such as with pro audio, video and large-scale photo work. Often, these files far surpass the 4GB size, so you will see fast SSD transfer speeds followed by a precipitous drop in speed when it transfers over to the hard drive. For a full rundown of testing, check out Lloyd’s writeup at Mac Performance Guide. Some people seem to think OWC is overstating their case in general regarding DIY fusion or something? - I use big files w/ Logic Pro, so I'd like to know. Maybe using a 256GB SSD instead of the 128GB SSD within the Apple Fusion helps? 2. Is a Crucial M4 somehow a lesser drive for a 2012 mac mini than another SSD? Someone just posted that it doesn't do it justice, compared to others, as it doesn't have SATA 6GBSSD - but it DOES, doesn't it?? http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-256GB-2-5-Inch-Solid-CT256M4SSD2/dp/B004W2JL2A quote: "you have a 2012 Mac Mini, which comes with SATA 6GBit/s support. So you might want to think about getting Samsung 840 Pros or OCZ Vectors instead of the m4s. And if not, I'll still encourage you to pick the SanDisk Ultra Plus over the m4. The m4 is really slow at 4K random reads, the Ultra Plus on the other hand isn't, and it's some dollar less expensive, too" 3. Are there really issues w/ Corsair Vengeance 16GB on this machine? - quote: "Too many people have had problems with the Corsair Vengeance" 4. If I put in 2 Crucial SSD 256 M4's (I have another around) - would I want to create a DIY fusion drive and have it operate as a single drive -or is that really just for a SD/HDD setup? 5. If I do a DIY Fusion setup - would it be more beneficial to replace the Apple 5400 rpm 1TBHDD w/ a Scorpion 7200rpm - would I notice much difference under fusion? Thanks!