Hi. Had a 2014 MBPr for a couple of weeks, sensational computer. Unfortunately it suffered an accident (liquid damage) and the repair cost was not worth it anymore. I don't live in a country with major Apple presence, but the Apple authorized service provider told me the SSD (256GB) is "supposed to be fine". Anyway I got some money from insurance and I will be looking into 2014 and 2015 models to replace it. My plan is to buy a 128GB, which are more common and cheaper, and upgrade it with my own SSD. Compatibility with the 2015 model aside - I've read enough to believe it is compatible, but please tell me if I'm wrong - I would like first to extract the SSD, its data, and test it first as well, so that my plan doesn't go wrong. Let's say I'm stuck with a 128GB Mac and my 256GB SSD actually doesn't work anymore. What are my options here? Putting it into a (borrowed) functional and compatible Mac is one, but I don't know anyone that could do me that solid. Another option is this OWC USB enclosure but at $100 it's a very steep price for a tool I need to use once or twice, and will not require its enclosing features, just the interface itself. Of course there's always the option of reselling it later. So my question for the Mac experts is, is there a simpler (and cheaper) tool that I can use to interface with my SSD to USB for example? Or some other solution that I'm not thinking of? Thank you in advance.