Well after talking to Apple & their repair center here in Cleveland, MicroCenter, it will not be done proper without voiding warranty. That is of course getting an SSD installed inside my 2014 Mac Mini. MicroCenter told me that they won't mess with 2014 Mac Mini because of placement of drive. They told me to look into external option from USB3 because it will be just as fast as new drives are coming out. So I ordered this one from Transcend as it was recommended by both MicroCenter & Best Buy. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K75U6G6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It's the Transcend ESD400K 128GB USB 3 SSD with USAP support. Now my question is I want to use the drive to boot from which I watched videos on Youtube and see other people using USB3 SSD to boot their Mac Mini. So my question is should I create a fusion drive using the USB SSD & how would I create said Fusion Drive or is it better to just use the SSD as a boot drive and then use the internal 500gb HDD as a storage drive? I've read different opinions online so I wanted to get some opinions on here.