I got my "optibay" kit from Maxupgrades today. With shipping and ext. ODD enclosure it came to less than $100. I haven't installed it yet, as the MBP it's going into won't arrive until Tuesday. I did put the Intel 320 into it, though, so it's ready to go on Tuesday. Initial thoughts - 1. the adaptor itself looks really nice. It's made of machined aluminum so I'm hoping that means the tolerances will be correct. It looks and feels like a high-quality piece of hardware. I am pleased with that. 2. It comes with an assortment of screws, screwdrivers, and allen wrenches which is great. Unfortunately it comes with no instructions whatsoever. So it's a little bit of trial and error to get it all fitted correctly. Directions would've been nice. Yes, I suppose I can find a video online but I like printed instructions. 3. They sent 3 screws to connect the adaptor to the computer but I can only see where 2 of them go. I suppose once I open the system I'll be able to see a little better. 4. The SATA connector is a separate piece that must be screwed onto the adaptor, which is understandable. However, there's no room for adjustment on the holes and because of this it doesn't make an "air-tight" snug fit onto the SSD's SATA connector. Shouldn't be an issue, as the gap probably only .5mm but it would be nice to get it snugged in there better. That's all for now. I'll edit to update once I put it in. Just wanted to give my initial impressions and perhaps hear back from any folks who have used this brand in their systems.