With apple being known to embed everything, why don't they embed say, 10GB of SSD flash chips on the logic board (or make a small board that connects to logic board, so that when it fries, the flash board could be saved) to supplement a mechanical-moving HDD? Snow Leopard takes less than 5GB, with apple pushing for lower footprint by the day. Then you would have another 5GB for essential applications, ie. photoshop, office, iworks, etc. on the boot drive. Remove the bulky optical drive to free up space for better cooling, larger logic board with more chips, etc. Use optical drive sharing feature that the Air has, and possibly embed a super drive to the ACD and promote it together as a bundle.. Also, I think apple is purposely shafting new MBP owners on 1.5gb SATA, so enthusiast users won't make SSD swapping a popular thing. thoughts?