Hello all, I recently installed a Samsung 850 Evo 250GB SSD (75TBW) as my main boot drive into a late 2011 macbook pro. I also put in a 2TB 5400rpm drive for media (which i have a lot of). I also stream a lot over netflix though. Like I leave it running most of the day and fall asleep to it at night. So it's running like 12-24 hours a day (it's running more often than not whatever the number may be). So I was wondering if I should move whatever folder safari uses as a cache off the SSD and onto the HDD considering netflix streams as 3GB an hour for HD. Or should I just leave it alone? I'd rather not have to replace either drive anytime soon since I'm not great at backing things up. (just recently acquired enough hard drive space to even start trying) so if the SSD can help increase the life of the HDD (or vice versa) then that's good. but knowing the SSD has a limited number of writes (that's much smaller than older SSD's) just kills my OCD/anxiety. Every file is a countdown to the death of my drive. lol.