How can people justify installing an SSD 128GB over either 750GB/500GB 7200 drives? This is after reading sooo many people hyping on and reccomending 128GB SSDs. SSDs granted ARE amazing but if you're using your macbook pro as a primary device, you are going to need all the space you can get! this day in age, IMO 128GB is simply not enough. my PC ATM has in use around about 960GB in use of which 500GB of that is films/tvshows/music. also SSDs ATM are so expensive that in a years time they will be bigger, better and CHEAPER. technology ATM is at a point that for most users, whats offered will definitley be enough. its so frustrating to me (or maybe i am ignorant, please englighten me?) why users are splashing out on 8GB of RAM + SSDs when their described uses/needs won't warrant the outlay. I could understand a year later wanting a speed bump and installing an SSD then but people are spending all this money and stuff they really don't need and won't use to anywhere near its potential. wheres the common sense that i'll upgrade the RAM or harddrive when i need it? afterall, RAM/harddrives are going to get cheaper as time goes on. i can understand investing in a better processor/screen/GPU because these can't be upgraded and allow future proofing to a certain degree.. BTW im in the process of buying a MBP hopefully in the next week or two so i'm interesting in opinions/advice! thank you.