Hey all, I currently run a 2011 mid level Mac mini. I manually went in a added a 128 gb Samsung SSD about a year ago and then dropped the 500 gb drive into the 2nd slot. My issue is that while it's still super fast for regular stuff, I'm seeing a good amount of struggle when I work on really large photoshop files and the other issue is the 128 is starting to fill up at is point. So I'm just trying to see wht makes the most sense. I don't game much and I do web development primarily so I'm using adobe apps, coding, browsers, etc. I feel like the 3 options that make sense are: 1 - Keep my current model, buy a 1tb drive and a new larger ssd or just kept the 128 and make make a DIY fusion. 2 - sell my current gen and buy the quad and just get the fusion model. I honestly don't WANT to go into the mini if I don't have to but I'll do it if it's beneficial to put a larger SSD in it 3 - suck it up and look at one of the new generation or see what the Mac pro line has to offer. Im leaning towards #2 because I feel like it will solve the issue I have with photoshop handling larger files better. But will it really? I just don't quite know if the quad has that much more performance in that area but it logically seems that it would.