I've been talking and working with Drew from Micro SATA Cables for the last few months about an alternative solution to the rather expensive 2012 iMac dual drive kit from Maxupgrades. I first reached out to Drew after the launch of the new iMacs and seeing the demand for the option of a 2nd internal drive. The result of the his hard work the last few months work is a prototype kit that should be much cheaper and more simple than the Maxupgrades alternative. I just received my prototype kit, and was surprised by the size. Very barebones and basic. To my knowledge, there will be no mounts, tape, or fancy extras included, and the price should reflect that. Just the standard cabling and adapters allowing the 2nd drive share power from the single SATA port, and the Blade SATA Adapter. I will be doing some testing with it this week, and reporting back with results, and pictures. I will also post some pictures of the kit later tonight or tomorrow. This is great news for those of us who have been waiting for a dual drive kit for the new iMacs, but haven't been able to swallow Maxupgrade's $120+ price tag. More info to come soon! EDIT: Here are some photos of the kit. Very simple. Only potential problem I could imagine is whether or not there will be sufficient power for two separate drives. With two efficient 2.5" SSDs or HDDs, I don't see it being that much of a problem, but the stock drive plus an additional drive may be underpowered. I suppose we will find out soon!