I've removed the SATA superdrive from my MBP to install a second hard drive. Now I'm left with this spare drive that I'd like to keep using. Sure I could just buy an SATA 9.5mm superdrive enclosure, but none look as nice/run off one USB cable/work as well with the slot-loading drive as the official Apple external superdrive for use with a Macbook Air. So naturally I'd like to put my original drive inside an external superdrive enclosure. Now I've found a few of these drives listed as faulty on ebay, which would be perfect as I only really want the enclosure, but I did a bit of digging and it seems all of these external superdrives contain IDE drives rather than SATA?? Which will be a problem for me.... Does anybody know of an easy way to fit an SATA drive into one of these apparently IDE superdrive enclosures? Or is it impossible??