Hello, I'm looking at doing some upgrades to a late 2009 Core 2 Duo 2.53Ghz Mac Mini Server which is getting a little sluggish on me. I'm running Snow Leopard Server on it, and it is used in a network of about 8 computers which access a filemaker pro database on it and a shared file server which is hosted on an external drobo unit. The machine has the stock 4GB of ram that came with it and the twin 500GB HDD in a RAID 0. I'm planning on upping the RAM to 8GB as that's as high as I can go in this machine, but was also thinking of replacing the stock HDDs with SSDs. My question is will having an SSD noticeably improve the machines day to day performance of just managing shared file access on an external drive and running Filemaker Server? Or is it just a waste of resources? The capacity of the internal drives isn't a huge issue, so was thinking of buying one 64GB crucial M4 and then instead of RAID 0 using another backup solution to the secondary HDD. OR maybe even springing for a pair of small SSD to keep the RAID 0 redundancy.... thoughts?