Good to see you have success with this joelkalsi. I don't enjoy the 1400/1400 speed boost to any degree on my setup because I've got my 960 EVO blade paired in a Fusion Drive (FD) with a 2TD spinner. When copying a large file/s, as soon as it fills the 4GB (?) FD buffer on the 960 EVO, it then switches copying the remainder of the file/s to the HD spinner portion of the FD, so I only get SATA II speed. I do get to enjoy the value of the 960 EVO when playing games when it reads a few GBs to play intro videos etc or loads the next level etc (particularly when I play the games often, which means they are on the SSD portion of the FD). And because all of my User data is on the FD it does mean the often-used files load and save very quickly. But as I said, for copying large amounts of data (videos, movies etc) I can't justify having spent money on the 960 EVO. A better option for me might be remove the FD and use the 960 EVO on its own for my main data files, and use two spinners in RAID for the heavy lifting videos/movies/games by way of Symbolic links.