Hey folks, I'm not sure how much--if any--consensus there is on thunderbolt external storage a few years later. I'm looking to invest in some external storage for video editing that will use ssd drive/s and utilize the magical attributes of thunderbolt 2/3. Ideally, i'd like to buy an ssd-sized enclosure and just stick a 2tb samsung SSD into. Is that an option yet? It seems like this is still sort of a murky area and the drive options haven't changed much since TB was released. Just looking for some education and an update on the state of the external storage world with regard to macs and video work. I'd like to invest in something this spring if I can figure out what to buy. So far the only thing I've found that seems close is the lacy rugged drive but the reviews are pretty sketchy and I'm not even sure if you can stick your own ssd in it or not. I guess in my brain it just seems so straight forward. SSDs are fast. Thunderbolt is fast. I just want a drive that I can plug into my computer for fast, efficient storage on the go. Are we there yet?