Hi guys, I'm totally up for putting an SSD in my Macbook Pro 15" (mid 2009 - 2,66GHz, 4GB DDR3). As I have a pretty hefty music collection (around 150GB), I would be up for a pretty big SSD. I don't have the money for that (as they're on the wrong side of $500), but I stumbled upon the MCE OptiBay, which let's you replace the optical drive (which I never use) with an SSD slot. Then I could have the OS and main applications on the SSD, and my iTunes library on the 320GB 7200RPM, right? That would still make a difference in speed I guess. So, I found a 40GB SSD from Intel: Intel X25-V Value SATA Solid-State Drive 40 GB It's cheap, and seems robust enough. Would you suggest me going that way? I'm totally new in the SSD world, but I feel that my Macbook could be faster, and I guess that SSD would be the easiest way to speed things up.