Oh the irony... I have a brand new macbook pro w/ 128gb ssd and a 750 HD optibay. The computer fell from about 4 feet and landed flat. I assumed if anything the HD my be toast because it doesn't have the protection in the optibay spot, but nope... the ssd is toast. The one with no moving parts! Here's my question... I got a new drive on the way. When it comes, I'll have to install snow leopard on it because I don't have any install discs for lion. Then I'll upgrade to lion. My 750HD had my OS lion home folder on it. What happens when I install the snow leopard on my new ssd since the home folder is lion on the other HD? Obviously it's going to create a new home folder on the ssd, then I'm going to upgrade to lion, then I'll direct the new home folder to the HD (preferably w/ the same name)... will I run into any problems?