I bought a brand new MacBook Pro 15 inch, 2.3GHz Quad-core i7 with 8GB RAM earlier this month. I also bought 2 Vertex 3 MAX IOPS 120GB SSDs and an Optibay enclosure. My intention was to swap out the MBP's hard drive for an SSD and swap out the optical drive for the second SSD and run the 2 SSDs in a RAID0 configuration. Then do a clean install of Lion. Well, my MBP arrived. I used it for a couple of weeks without changing anything and it worked flawlessly. Then I put in the 2 SSDs, but the system could only see the one in the HD bay. The other one wouldn't show up in System Profiler or in Disk Utility. I swapped the SSDs and still the system could see only the one in the HD bay. So the SSDs are both fine. Now, I can almost hear you guys saying that's not a unique problem, the Optibay must be faulty. But here's the weird thing: when I connect my original hard drive to the Optibay, it SHOWS UP in System Profiler and Disk Utility. I can even boot from it without a glitch!!! So the Optibay works with a HD but not an SSD. I spent hours googling this problem, I spent a good hour on the phone with Apple tech support, OCZ tech support and Optibay tech support. Everyone is just stumped. Any ideas?