Yesterday I snagged a 32GB Patriot SSD from NCIX.com for $50 after rebate, which I am planning to place in my Macbook (early 2008). To make up for the lack of space, I am going to use the 120GB drive that's currently in it and purchase an enclosure for it, so I can use it as a Time Machine backup drive as well as storage. I have been looking at NCIX and Newegg.ca, but there are literally hundreds of enclosures. I was wondering if anyone had experience with a particular one and could share their recommendation. Criteria: - Canadian retail or online store, such as Newegg.ca or NCIX.com - Supports a 2.5" 120GB SATA drive - USB2.0 - Firewire would be cool, but not required - Not too chunky, as I'd like to be able to take this around with my Macbook - Power: I'm on the fence for this one. As far as I know, they either require an external power source (won't be able to use the external on the go without a plug nearby) or 2 USB ports (of which the Macbook only has 2, leaving me unable to use my wireless mouse or other peripherals, should I require them). If I were to go for an enclosure that uses 2 USB ports, I'd probably need a USB hub for my other stuff, which requires power, completely defeating the purpose of going for the double-USB enclosure. A little bit of a dilemma here. I have a desktop computer also, which has plenty of hard drive space for my music, movies, and such, so I don't need to worry about space issues. Another thought: I could go for an externally powered enclosure if I feel that I will not need the external on the go, because the two main reasons for getting an SSD are for its speed and lower power usage. It's kind of pointless to get the SSD for longer battery life, but end up powering the external from the Macbook, leading to lower battery life. Right now I'm leaning towards externally powered. I appreciate your feedback! Thanks.