Consider that this a Solid State Drive (SSD) is basically a flash drive. If you write the same sector over and over again, it can fail after only a year of use. SSD-aware OSs (such as the latest version of SuSe Linux Enterprise) have logic in them to rotate the areas to write on the disk to prevent the "overuse" failure. I am looking for storage solutions and I am intrigued in using a Solid State Drive (SSD) as my main boot disk. It would be insanely fast. I know that there are some AirBook configurations that provide SSD as a choice. However, I am not sure if Tiger, Leopard or Snow Leopard are fully SSD aware and know how to handle the drive correctly to prevent writing failures after long time access. Any ideas? Thanks!