Hey all, I recently got the new 15" base MacBook Pro and I am running Logic on it. I've ran into a few issues, but I seem to have worked them out (such as "System Overload" on the DEMO SONG!) One issue, though, has to do with accessing and recording audio. I know it's not advised to record or access audio on the internal hdd, which is why I got an external hard drive. Bad move. I got this: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Western...322&st=western digital 1tb passport&cp=1&lp=1 It works well as just a storage device, but after doing some research I realized something I should have realized before purchase: it's 5400rpm and USB 2.0 and it's way too slow (or at least that's what I think makes it too slow for my needs). I decided to keep the hard-drive as a means of back up and record onto my internal for the time being but I need a new drive! I have a few solutions in mind as an alternative to buying a whole new external drive. One of them is buying a 7200rpm 2.5" hdd and putting it in an enclosure that supports firewire (because I've heard it's supposed to be faster than usb 2.0, right?). This would be a less expensive route for me for sure, but I'm also wondering what else I can do to get a fast enough hard-drive for recording purposes seeing as I've made a huge mistake in getting the slower WD :/ Help me out, please.