Hey all, I'm about to buy a SSD for my 2007 MacBook Pro (2.16 C2D, 3 GB RAM) and I am considering 3 different setups. In my current setup I boot from an external 3.5" drive connected with FW800. With SuperDuper I make abouth once a month a copy of it to the internal 2.5" drive. Working from the internal drive is much faster than the internal 2.5" drive and nowadays I don't carry my Macbook around anymore. The 3 setups I'm considering: 1) Replace internal HDD with 120 GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD, boot from this drive and have working files on this drive as well. Use current external HDD as archive and for backup and connect it only when needed. 2) Replace internal HDD with 60 GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD, boot from this drive and install a 2.5" HDD (about 500GB) with optibay in and have working files on this drive. Use current external 3.5" HDD only for backup. 3) Replace internal HDD with 60 GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD, boot from this drive and use current external 3.5" HDD for working files and have it always connected. Which setup would you recommend performance wise? I think that's the most important issue for me. Option 1 would cost me about 200 euro's, option 2 about 300 euro's and option 3 about 100 euro's. Only option 2 would give me complete freedom to take my laptop everywhere without taking an external drive with me. Thanks!