Ok so I just decided to get double SSD setup in my MBP. Boot Drive is gonna be OWC 240GB Pro and it goes in HDD bay. It's on its way. Secondary drive is Apple's 512GB SSD which I just received today. That's for all the raw files, samples etc. Crucial when working on huge FCP or Logic sessions. My company happened to have one Mac Pro 512 SSD that didn't need and they decided to let me use it. It came in a really nice brushed aluminium shell, made "only" for Mac Pros ready to be in one of four bays. I had to unscrew two screws on the side in order to pop the baby out, and as I expected it's a Toshiba drive. Not really the fastest SSD out there, but I figured it's still gonna be better than any HDD for what I'm doing. This way instead of having one SSD and one spinning HDD, I'm hoping to extend my battery, squeeze every ounce out of my i7 MBP and ultimately have the best possible user experience on my mac. Here are some unboxing photos, enjoy!