First, I'm not sure if this is exclusive to the version of 10.6.7 found on the new 2011 MacBook Pro's, but this should work on Lion as well. First, go to System Profiler -> Serial-ATA and make note of the name of your SSD Drive. In my case, this is OCZ-VERTEX2. Write down only the first 9 characters, so in this case it would be - OCZ-VERTE Go into System>Library>Extensions and look for IOAHCIFamily.kext. Drag it to your desktop (it's okay, you're only making a copy since the file is protected). Right click the file on the desktop and select 'Show Package Contents'. Drill down to Package > Contents and select 'IOAHCIBlockStorage.kext' Right-click on 'IOAHCIBlockStorage.kext' and select 'Show Package Contents.' Go to Contents >MacOS and you'll come upon a file called 'IOAHCIBlockStorage.' Get a Hex Editor (I recommend Hex Fiend), now drag 'IOAHCIBlockStorage' straight onto Hex Fiend's icon. Switch over to Hex Fiend and do a Find for 'APPLE SSD' without the quotes. You should come up with two instances. Now, in the replace field put the first 9 characters for your SSD that you saved earlier. For me, APPLE SSD was replaced with OCZ-VERTE. Save the file in Hex Fiend, and you can now close all windows you have open, till you're just left with the IOAHCIFamily.kext file on the desktop. Download Kext Utility, which will automatically install the kext, repair permissions, and backup the previous kext within S/L/E should you need to switch back. After that, reboot and check system profiler! Cosmetic? Who knows. Does it work? Who knows. The GC on Sandforce drives are pretty good, but TRIM is still better. As long as my drive doesn't explode, I'm keeping this till the next OS update.