Hi peoples, I got myself a new (to me) MBP not too long ago (13" i7 model from 2012, I think?). Now, in my old MBP (13" i5 from early 2011) I had swapped the optical drive for an SSD, which ****ing rocked, of course, but now I want to do the same with my new Macbook. I have one question/concern though. In my old MBP, after I swapped the Opti drive for an SSD, I couldn't for the life of me get Windows installed for Bootcamp. I tried everything: thumb drive, ISO images, external readers, cracks, you name it. It didn't work. Now on my new MBP I already have Windows installed through Bootcamp on my HDD. Of course I plan on migrating Mac OSX to the SSD, but I want to do the same thing for Windows. Can I just use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a copy on the new SSD? Would that work? I really don't want to go through the trouble again (and not even succeeding) of trying to install Windows on the SSD when I don't have an optical drive in my MBP. Also, last time I got a caddy from eBay, which was just fine. Now I'm thinking maybe I should get a caddy that also includes a case for my optidrive so whenever I need to read a disc I can. I did buy one of the opti drive caddy's from Amazon last time (I decided I wanted one anyway a while later) and that one didn't work and fried my opti drive... Would something like this work? Thanks a lot!