I have a Mid 2009 13" Macbook Pro. Part of my job requires me to do alot of testing with virtual machines and the hard drive I currently use (WD 500GB 7200RPM) just isn't cutting it. I plan on buying an SSD drive (probably the Crucial M4 256GB) and will set up the system as follows. The primary OS will of course be OS X Lion. I will install Windows 7 as a Boot Camp partition for using the few windows only programs I need for work. Most of the time, I will use the Windows 7 Boot Camp installation through VMWare fusion, but occasionally I will boot directly into Windows 7 so I can test and demonstrate virtual machines with VMWare Workstation. Just curious if anyone else has had a similar setup? I would prefer to use VMWare fusion to only play the Windows 7 Boot Camp parition and do all my virtualization through VMWare workstation, but I am not sure if creating and running 64-bit virtual machines within a virtual machine is possible with this hardware (or current mac hardware for that matter). Also, is running several virtual machines going to drastically cut down on the life expectancy of the SSD drive?