Hello! So to cut the short backstory shorter I just thought I might as well upgrade my macbook (http://www.everymac.com/systems/app...-13-early-2011-unibody-thunderbolt-specs.html) a bit more so I don't have to shell out on a new one in the near future. I would really appreciate a bit of guidance as I don't have loads of experience with this. So currently I have 16GB of RAM but I'm now looking at upgrading to an SSD (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-500GB-2-5-inch-Basic-Solid/dp/B00E3W19MO/). Having done some research this seems the best value for its performance levels. I'd install this in place of my current 500GB standard issue HDD currently in my Macbook and install this HDD in place of my Optical Disk Drive an adapter caddy thing (http://www.amazon.co.uk/caddy-MacBook-replaces-SuperDrive-enclosure/dp/B00A2VNUK4/). Then, to continue the game of musical drives, place the optical drive (or potentially a blue ray drive I purchase if I'm feeling lavish) in the external enclosure (above). Right, so onto the bit I'm less sure about... After that's done I'd then use migration assistant/time machine (from external HHD - anyone have a rough idea how long a 200GB migration over USB 2.0 might take!?!) to put my OSX on the SSD using a Mavericks bootable USB. I would expand my 80GB Windows 7 partition on my HHD in the optical drive bay and be able to boot from that if I wished. Does this all check out?