I see a lot of PC guys (and even some Mac guys) claim that they can fully boot in 10 seconds or less (that is - from pressing the power button to viewing their desktop) on an SSD drive. On my 5,1 Mac Pro with an OWC Mercury Extreme II SSD, I can at best get Power-to-Desktop in 30 seconds. The only way I can possibly boot an OS in 10 seconds is through Parallels, where it zips through the POST process and immediately starts loading the OS. How do these guys do it? Are they bypassing some POST procedures? Or are they just exaggerating?