I was just wondering if Robson flash will really make a difference. As far as I can tell the flash memory can store data so that when booting a machine it is faster as the hard drive doesn't need to accessed. Now is there any other advantage other than boot speeds? From what I understand once the computer has booted, the flash memory acts in the same way as RAM would. So why have the flash memory? Is it just for fast booting? Flash memory can sore data when power off while RAM can not. This seems to be the only advantage to RAM and only helps when booting. I can see this helping with completely solid state hard drives but not as cache as it is explained. Am I correct in my logic or is there something I am missing out?