I am going to soon be upgrading my 2012 MacBook Pro 9,1, which is a CTO model with an Intel Core i7 2.7Ghz processor, 8GB of RAM, and an Apple OEM 512GB SSD. I intend on replacing the SSD with a larger capacity unit now that TRIM is officially supported in OS X in the last few builds. I have also noticed that 16GB 204-pin SODIMMs are available, which would provide me with 32GB of RAM. Has anyone attempted to install this in the Mid-2012 MacBook Pro? I have read several reports that two 8GB modules work fine, providing 16GB total RAM, but would go ahead if 32GB does work, I feel it would be advantageous to proceed with that upgrade as well with a 2TB SSD drive. The machine may not even POST with two 16GB modules, but I have thus far been unable to locate any resource where this has been attempted and reported. Respectfully, please don't provide reasons why you feel I would not need or utilize 32GB or RAM. I do have my reasons and could benefit from it if the machine will support it. I use this machine exclusively for business and complex virtualization scenarios, running many server operating systems simultaneously. Thank you!