MBP 15" i7 with the default 500g 5600 rpm drive. HDD BAY (500g hdd) - will have the OSX and all my programs on it. Superdrive BAY - the default optical drive that comes with the build Will remove the superdrive and install the below. http://store.mcetech.com/Merchant2/...B&Category_Code=STORHDOPTIBAY&Product_Count=0 Once the optibay is in, will install the SSD below into it. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820167024 So once that is installed i should have a new ssd drive ready for use. Here is the part I am unsure of since obviously I want to make the ssd the boot/os/applications drive, need to flip all that data from the old drive to the ssd. I assume I can just use some sort of drive cloning software to snapshot the hdd to the ssd? And I guess once that is done, change the bios to boot off the ssd and if successful just need to format the hdd to free up my storage space. Tell me if this make sense. Thanks.