My 2012 iMac's 3TB fusion drive has decided not to work anymore. I didn't take advantage of the recall...I was busy with work at the time and didn't want to be without my only computer for a week, so I never took advantage of the replacement program (it ended Dec. 2015). Apple quoted me $271 to replace the 3TB fusion drive. An authorized service provider quoted me $614 to replace it with a 1TB SSD. I do mostly photo editing in Lightroom and Photoshop, and often have several programs open at once (Mail, Safari, Calendar, Pages, Numbers, iTunes, and Lightroom are all usually open simultaneously). I haven't noticed much of a lag until the drive started failing, so I'm considering saving a few hundred bucks and going with the straight fusion drive replacement. But I also want to future-proof myself as much as possible, so I'm considering spending a little more and going with the SSD. Any recommendations, comments, suggestions, etc. would be much appreciated!