Hello guys! I'm a videomaker and I use Final Cut Pro X for my editings. I'm close to change for the third time the hard drive on my glorious MacBook Pro Late 2008 (an HGST Travelstar 1TB) with a Samsung SSD 850 EVO. The only doubt I have is the size of the SSD. Actualy I'm using only 300GB of the 1TB hard drive: that's because I don't have any big project on, but when I have them the used space increases very fast. So, here are the 3 solutions that I've found: I'd like to receive your help to find the right one Put a 1TB SSD in my Mac and use it for everything: the old HDD will not be used Put a 500GB SSD in my Mac and put the 1TB HDD in a FireWire 800 case (like this one) and use the 1TB HDD to store all (and only) the FCPX files - This is the less expensive solution Put a 1TB SSD in my Mac and put the 1TB HDD in a FireWire 800 case and use the 1TB HDD to store all (and only) the FCPX files - Most expensive solution and (for me) non-sense solution I'm preferring the second solution, not only for the cost but also because, without the FCPX files, I will never go above 400GB used: I'll keep only the FCPX app on the SDD and all the FCPX projects and files on the FW800 drive. What do you think? Will I have any speed problems or you think that the first solution is better? Thank you for your help!