This is not a question about VRam or Intel on board flash memory, this is a question about replacing an actual MBP hardrive with a solid state drive. If you had your choice of a 250 gig 5400 RPM drive or a 64 gig SSD which would you pick or recomend? I am planning on buying a MBP when Santa Rosa comes out (my Powerbook is still hanging in there). I posted before about a 300 gig hardrive, storage would be great for me but if I would have amazing performance with a 32-64gig solid state drive that would also be appealing. I realize that solid state drives being released this year will run from $300-$700 dollars but I would be willing to pay the price of the 3 gigs of Ram in the MBP ($575) for a solid state drive if the performance was good enough. My question is, would the performance difference be worth the price? I am a heavy multitasker and I have a massive itunes library and do Final CUT HD and Aperature work. I would love to have all of my data with me on a big hardrive, but if the mac comes with built in flash memory on the logic board (via Centrino Pro) would I see a huge performance differance than with a 5400 RPM drive. More importantly how big of a difference would there be in the battery life with a SSD and a regular hardrive? Thanks, also has anyone done this yet?