I'm about ready to embrace the smaller space of an SSD in exchange for the performance boost. So I thought i'd better check if there's anything I need to be aware of before I make the purchase. A bit of background on the upgrades/maintenance I've performed on my trusty old Macbook 1,1 over the years... - Maxed out the Ram to 2gb - Upgraded to Wireless N - Installed a 500gb Western Digital HDD (5400rpm) - 1 x new battery - Cleaned out the fan and replaced the thermal paste - Installed Snow Leopard I've done a lot of searching on this forum and reading around and it sounds like I'm not going to get the full benefit due to only having SATA. However, I figure this should mean that I can just get a cheaper SSD with slower transfer rates? Is that right? Also I have heard some people mentioning hibernation issues with ome manufacturers, is this a major problem? So far this Kingston drive looks like a decent bargain... http://www.ebuyer.com/product/247005 I saw it mentions TRIM but I understand this isn't supported yet? Basically I'm after a drive circa 60gb, so any recommendations from first hand use would be greatly appreciated!