My new MacBook Pro (specs in my signature) is kind of slowing down: Bootups now take 1.5 minutes, and applications like Chrome takes 5+ bounces before opening. It is kind of disappointing to see speeds like this on a $1500 new computer, so that is why I want to upgrade it to its full potential. I was thinking about upgrade costs, but I can't resist a great deal on Amazon ($80 for a Kingston 120GB SSD). I have a few questions: 1. Can I use a small flat head screwdriver to remove the T6 mounting screws on the hard drive? 2. At the same time of upgrading to SSD, I want to remove the optical drive, take the original 750GB hard drive, and put it into a hard drive caddy (Amazon, details here http://goo.gl/AeP0c). Is there any risks of installing this? I really don't want to damage a $1500 computer. 3. How do you set it up once it is done? I already installed a bunch of apps, and I really don't want to reinstall the OS and lose everything. There isn't really a full-featured guide about this on the web. Thanks for helping me out!