Hey everyone, So my mid-2012 MBA was suddenly crashing constantly a few weeks ago, and eventually stopped booting, which I eventually determined was the factory 128GB SSD having cooked itself. I ended up replacing it with a 240GB SSD, the JetDrive 520 from Transcend. I've been doing some research on TRIM support (I'm running El Capitan currently) since I installed the new SSD and got everything back up and running. It appears I can enable it through the terminal, which seems to be the common solution, but Transcend also offers this "JetDrive Toolbox" as a free download which apparently acts as an SSD monitor as well as a few other functions, including enabling TRIM on the drive. Two questions - First of all, I've read a few people had experienced instability issues when enabling TRIM under Yosemite, but can't find issues under El Capitan, so I'm wondering if anyone would be able to offer any reasons/arguments AGAINST enabling TRIM, as it's currently disabled? Secondly, if I were to enable TRIM, would there be any argument to use the JetDrive Toolbox instead of the terminal command "trimforce enable"? Thanks in advance!