I'm looking to get a 2013 Mac Pro to replace my 2009 Mac Pro; I think after some five years, it's time for an upgrade. Being in China these days, if I want built-to-order, I would have to either pick it up in the US or be ripped off here with the additional costs (about 20% due to taxes). A few months ago while back in the US, I tried to bring my old Mac Pro with me, but the TSA basically caused it to miss my flight. I had it sent my folks instead and they are weary about bring it over for me (makes sense; they can't explain what it is). I've settled on the 6-core base model. The only issue I have is that it has a 256GB SSD. RAM and such I can buy here readily and it's not expensive. Preferably I would want the 1TB SSD, but it's just not cost reasonable. I have a 2013 MacBook Air with a 512GB PCIe SSD which I thought would be nice in the Mac Pro. I don't use this laptop much, so it doesn't need that much space. The question: Can I swap the SSD from a 2013 MacBook Air to a 2013 Mac Pro? Cheers.