Hello all, I've been watching the SSD space for sometime and now that Apple has opened the door to TRIM support via trimforce I've decided it's time to stop waiting. I just picked up my first SSD via an Amazon gold box deal. It's a 500gb Sandisk and I paid 135.00. I'm happy with the deal, I think, though I know there are better out there. But since the computer will be replaced within a year I didn't want to spend a lot on it. My question is, my primary drive is a 1tb hybrid seagate. The hybrid thing didn't do much for performance at all and in fact has been largely disappointing as a hard drive. I've removed the CD/DVD long ago and have a second HDD in that spot already (another hybrid drive). So, I'm wondering if I'm better off going the Fusion route and letting OS X manage the SSD or if I should just install the SSD as my primary drive and keep using the other HDD as a second drive. The computer is old, 2009 MBP and I do A LOT of photo editing (Lightroom/Photoshop). It's often painful so I'm hoping the SSD will greatly improve that. But I have lots of photos... 1tb worth... So I'm kinda hoping/thinking that by going Fusion OS X will move the photos being worked on to SSD and make that piece faster and move them back to the HDD when not in use, essentially managing the whole experience to use the SSD to my advantage so that I don't have to shuffle them around myself. At least, that's the hope... Any thoughts on best approach? Thanks for your time.