Well, it's not exactly a fail, but a disappointment. I went out and bought a 64GB SSD so that I can replace the optical drive with it. Little did I know that the optical drives' SATA connector isn't as big as the one required by a SATA SSD (or HDD for that matter). Attached is a picture of what I'm talking about. I was going to use it in combination with my 500GB 7200RPM HDD (SSD for SL and Win7, HDD for games and media and other applications), but oh well. So right now, the SSD is in place of the HDD and Snow Leopard is installing to it. I also ordered a little caddy (from eBay, as the MCE one is rather expensive), so it'll be a while until it shows up. Or, maybe they make a full-sized SATA connector? Or maybe I can break a little piece of the plastic off of the SATA connector for the optical drive so that I can stick it onto the SSD?