Hey guys I'm going to be getting a 2010 13" Macbook Pro and I want to put a 5400rpm drive at 750gig or 1tb. Here's my situation. I live on a tour bus for most of the summer so the computer is constantly lightly jostled. In the past with other MBPs I've seen occasional skips in video but no data loss. For this new comp, I want to upgrade the capacity - I need 750gig or higher. I know you will tell me the REAL solution is SSD (i agree) but i don't have the money for the capacity I need. I need the best drive that will provide shock protection on the road but is not an SSD. 1) This Drive supposedly has shock protection. But does that mean the ENCLOSURE has shock protection or does the actual drive have it? I want to remove the drive from the enclosure and install it in the MBP 13". 2) Does the macbook pro have built in shock protection? 3) Is there any real world risk of data loss with todays technology? 4) Other threads on here have confirmed that a 12.5mm drive will fit, but will it be mounted as firmly inside the computer as a 9.5mm? I need super sturdy. Any other info you think might be helpful is greatly appreciated! THANKS!