Hello, I am reconsidering SSD in my 21.5" iMac and had a few questions. First let me give you a piece of my history with SSD's... A few months ago I was a happy camper with a 240GB OCZ Vertex 2 in a previous iMac of mine. It was my only disk, I had maybe 80GB's written to it at most and it was never in any extreme writing situations. It died suddenly. Luckily its been RMA'd.... Long story short, I am on a 21.5" iMac i3 now and I love this little machine. It suites my needs well. I have a modest itunes library of about 16gb and I play World of Warcraft. Short of those two things, I don't do much more on the computer other than email and the interweb. I am considering the 240GB OWC. I know my storage needs won't get close to 200GB, but in case they do I would like to leave some room. But after using that Vertex 2, SSD's have left a bad taste in my mouth. How will I know this OWC won't crap out on me in 2 months like the OCZ did? Is it safe to just run an SSD for everything? (OS, apps, media, etc?) Or do I keep my machine in one piece and stick to the 1TB drive?