Hey everyone, I don't post too often, and I didn't really see what I was looking for specifically when searching, so I decided to make a thread. I'm looking to buy one of the newly released 2014 MacBook Airs. I've been reading a lot about how the performance of their SSDs are directly correlated to one of three possible SSD manufacturers you can get. (Samsung, Toshiba and SanDisk) From what I'm hearing, Samsung drives are the only ones of the three, that are of equal read/write speed of the 2013 MacBook Airs - is this true? If so, has anyone purchased a 2014 MBA and received one with a Samsung drive? I guess the point of this thread is to ask people for any tips/advice regarding how to go about actually getting a MBA with the SSD you want. Luck of the draw when purchasing a big-ticket item, isn't exactly something I'm looking to rely on. I know Apple has a two week, lenient return policy. I've been told that I can try buying one, and if it's not the drive I'm looking for, I can return it. I've also heard that while there isn't a limit of how many returns you can do, a manager can stop you at their own digression after about two attempts. I'm also aware that you can purchase from their online store, and return the laptop in their retail store. This could prove useful. On top of that, returning the product and requesting to get your money back in the form of an Apple Gift Card, could also make continuous returns easier. These are just some thoughts off the top of my head. I'm not looking to cheat any systems, I just want the best product that's available to me, for the money. If anyone has any insight on this situation, I would really appreciate it. I'm sure I'm not the only one this pertains to. Again, thank you.