Hi - I've been getting some conflicting information on this, so am going to take a poll - does the currently shipping 15" Macbook Pro support SATA III @ 6Gb/s in Optibay or only @ 3Gb/s? I know units shipped early in 2011 only supported SATA III SSDs at 3Gb/s, but some are saying later shipping models support SATA III drives @ 6Gb/s. Does anyone have such a 15" Macbook Pro and does a SATA III SSD indeed run at 6Gb/s in the Optibay? Thanks! * Edit: this article seems to suggest "maybe" ** Edit 2: This article seems to suggest that although some (all?) Macbook Pros now shipping have SATA III 6Gb/s support for the Optibay, it only actually works on the 13" model, even after the recent firmware update for SATA III problems! Not only that but the 15"/17" MBPs will have problems even running a SATA III SSDs at *any* speed in the Optibay! Go figure... I'd prefer not to put the HDD in the Optibay, if possible, due to lack of Sudden Motion Sensor support, but don't want to limit SATA III SSD speed.The alternative, I guess, would be to put an HDD with built-in shock protection in the Optibay (the WD Scorpio Black, perhaps?). The other issue some people have mentioned is that if the SSD is in the Optibay and its the boot drive, then there can be hibernation problems - is this still true? Thanks again.