Okay I have a plan that I think is pretty cool for my future MBP and I was wondering what you guys think of it. I would buy a MBP 15 with a 2.6ghz processor and 200 gig 7200 RPM hardrive ($2949) and a Macbook Air external superdrive ($99). Then I would order windows XP SP2 ($99), and Kingston 4 gigs of DDR2 667 memory ($99) from Newegg.com I would send in my mac to MCE and have them replace my superdrive bay with the Bare Optibay SATA 2.5 inch hardrive inclosure. I would order the 64 gig SSD that dell sells on their site ($949, best price i've seen anywhere for 64 gigs) and I would have the certified apple repair center in my town put the 64 gig SSD drive into my MBP's 2nd hardrive slot. If I did this I would have a MBP with 4 gigs of memory (1/8 of apples price) and a 200 gig 7200 RPM hardrive + a 64 gig SSD drive. Of course I would use the SSD drive for most of my applications and OSX and I would have the benefit of the storage space of a MBP and the SSD of the MBA. What do you guys think of this idea? Is it too farfetched, am I totally crazy or is it a pretty good way to get a the storage space and reliability I want. -As a note between the 2 macs I have owned in the last 5 years I have had 5 hard-drive failures.