I did a little reading and saw the really expensive superdrive that was available (like $999) a couple years back for Macbook's. Flash forward a couple of years and I'm wondering what possibilities there are now. I currently have an extra magsafe adapter, 2TB external drive and an external 5.25" bluray drive in my entertainment center. I just "dock" my 2010 MBP and boot into Win7 to playback and rip blurays (I do not pirate, basically I rent bluray by mail one-at-a-time and then rip immediately so that I can mail it back and get the next one. I then watch at my convenience and delete the ISO afterwards.) I was thinking, it sure would be nice to replace the MBP HDD with a 1TB 2.5" and then replace the optical drive with a slim bluray slot load. I've seen a few SATA slim 12.7mm slotloads from Panasonic and Sony, but I don't know what the possibility is that they will fit or whether OSX will be able to recognize at least the DVD capability. Win7 in bootcamp would not be a problem I'd think for the bluray portion. Anyways, this would make my MBP still serve as my mediapc but without all of the external stuff. Thoughts?