Hello everyone, I have a MBP mid-2010 13" with the basic configuration. I recently upgraded it a bit, since I found some interesting deals. I switched to 8gb of memory, added a 128gb SSD and removed the cd slot to add my 640gb HDD. My MBP is faster than ever for everything I need, but the HDD is starting to heat quite too much in there. So I was thinking of removing it and just buying an SXDC card of 128gb or 256gb (still not sure, it depends if I find a good deal). Main problem: I read somewhere that my MBP does not support SXDC. Is that true? Is that something that is not supposed to work but still does? Like 16gb of ram not being supported but actually working solely on the 13 inches model of the MBP from 2010? I also read about people purchasing a microSD to SHDC adapter (http://www.amazon.it/Nifty-MD3-RP-P...F8&refRID=1YDV676GA926D894PB5R#productDetails), but I'm not sure if that's a good idea in terms of speed. Opinions? Moreover, I don't want to spend money purchasing a SHDC card because in a few months I'll probably buy the new retina macbook pro, which is compatible with (and suited for) an SXDC. In fact, I'll probably purchase the entry model with only 128gb of space and then combine that with a 128gb SDXC, which is enough and quite cheap (with USD 50-60 I can buy a brand name SXDC of class 10). So basically my questions are: Is my current MBP compatible with the 128gb SXDC? Is the Nifty adapter a solution that I can also use for the new retina MBP in a few months, without compromising speed (compared to a SDXC)? Thank you in advance for your kind replies. P.B. EDIT: I found a DMSD PNY StoreEdge 128gb that comes in at around $ 60 which apparently is compatible with the mid 2010 MBP. Any experience? Here is the link listing the MBP as compatible, even if this is more expensive than on other websites: http://www.microspot.ch/msp/de/spei...e-128-gb-fuer--0000773808?selectedLanguage=fr I read on a British website that it reads at 60-80 mb/s (according to benchmarks, not the manufacturer's specs). Is that a good speed? Still faster than my HDD, right? EDIT 2: On amazon they say "According to Aja System Test it is 28.8 MB/s write and 86.7 MB/s read"