I applied the TRIM-enabling patch from the thread in the Mac Pro section of this forum. I had a ton of free space (like 90GB), but just wanted to run it anyway to see how it ran, etc. It seems to have locked up disk utility because it says that I have no remaining HD space left. It just stays on "creating temporary file", and iStat tells me the drive is completely full. Can you not run TRIM unless the disk is filled to a certain level or something? I haven't run the terminal commands as suggested in the thread because it hasn't finished yet. iStat shows my processor running at about 45%, but there's no free space (I guess due to temporary files created). It's just sitting there seemingly indefinitely. Did I screw something up? Is this normal? Thought would be appreciated.