I am about to convert my non-AppleCare mid-2007 iMac (24", 2.8GHz c2d, 4Gb, 500GB WDC HDD) over to a single internal SSD and I wanted to firm up my shopping list and ask a few installation questions. I will be shopping at e-shops in the UK. I normally use Scan.co.uk but am not averse to shopping around. I will be replacing the existing internal 3.5" HDD. I am most likely to fit an OCZ 120Gb Vertex2E since my current HDD only contains 60Gb and the biggest chunk of that is WoW. The four main questions I have are... 1. Which type of 2.5" to 3.5" adaptor to buy? 2. How do you handle the problem of the reach of the existing SATA/power cable? What part do I need to order so that I can fit the SSD drive in its adaptor properly and still deal with the cable issue. 3. Is there a thermal sensor on/in the old HDD ? What do I need to do to it to transfer it to the SSD or what do I have to replace it with? How susceptible to damage is it? 4. Where can I source the screen suction cups and necessary tools in the UK? T10 or something is it? Thanks in advance for your help.