I've got a late 2013 MBP and am out of room on my internal drive. Mostly Steam games. My intent is to run an external drive for mostly the games and I may install Windows on there too but that's a whole other thread. My frustration lies in the fact that I can not seem to find the right combo of enclosure/drive/etc. Going full SSD with Thunderbolt is just not an option. I have found at least one 7200 rpm Thunderbolt drive in 1TB size that may be the best I can do dollar for dollar. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...ue&ref_=ox_sc_act_title_2&smid=A1TUBVX502S17H However, wouldn't a SSHD combo drive be better? I can't seem to find a portable 2.5 Thunderbolt enclosure. Frustrating. I did find this: http://www.seagate.com/external-har...rives/performance/goflex-for-mac-thunderbolt/ But, it looks like you have to use a Seagate drive and of course they do not give a list of compatible drives and I would really like an SSHD. I am also assuming there is a bottleneck here somewhere. Also, if a drive is SATA in it's enclosure isn't it limited to 6gb/s anyhow? How do these drives capitalize on the 10/20 gb/s of Thunderbolt if they have that bottleneck. I'm getting confused. Sorry. Essentially, I would like to find a 1-2TB external drive that has Thunderbolt capabilites with either a 7200rpm HDD or a large cache SSHD drive. All for under $200. I currently have 32 tabs open. Killing myself here. Any help is appreciated.