I'm shopping for an SSD for my 1,1. Yes, I know all the jazz about this not being a machine worth dumping money into, etc. It's a computer for my collection, but one that I'd like to at least be halfway usable. It's running Snow Leopard now(and decently), but I think an SSD will likely make a difference in how well it runs. They have certainly perked up a lot of Powerbooks and other low spec computers where I've installed them. For those unfamiliar, the first and second generation MBA used a 1.8" HDD with a special ZIF ribbon connector-coincidentally the same as the one used in the iPod. In fact, I think the 80gb drive in my Air is the same as the one in my iPod of about the same age. Because of this, there are at least a decent number of SSDs on the market. Basically, though, it comes down to two options-KingSpec or OWC. I'm a bit sour on KingSpec SSDs. I installed a 2.5" one in a Powerbook, and the performance was nowhere near what I get using my "home made" SSDs(mSATA SSD in 2.5" 44 pin controllers). It was more expensive and performed poorly. On the other hand, the OWC drives can be quite pricey and I've heard mixed reviews on them. I trust them better than Kingspec, but it's hard to spend more than I paid for the laptop on a drive . Admittedly, it wouldn't be the first time I'd done something like that. I wish that someone made an adapter so I could stick a $50 mSATA in, but that doesn't seem to be an option. Has anyone used any of the commercial options I've mentioned? This won't be a main computer, but at the same time I've come to appreciate the size and I can see it being a light duty travel computer in addition to filling the "Air" hole in my collection. Along those same lines, capacity REALLY isn't an issue although admittedly I'd like 128gb or so.