Without firmware updates, is the Samsung 840 Pro a viable longterm choice for any Macintosh? Or in other words, can one do entirely without firmware updates on this SSD and be happy? If with rumors they may, Samsung still offers firmware updates only through their "Magical Tool," being only Windows compatible. Assuming many, including myself, are never going to touch anything Windows to do the necessary workaround to receive updates, or customize the SSD—could one get away with never doing it (assuming an OSX version never materializes)? And—somewhat related—would enabling TRIM be necessary with the Samsung 840 Pro? Opinions on TRIM in general seem to vary widely, from those suggesting it is mandatory, to others feeling a modern SSD should be able to handle this task well enough on its own. Other than opinions, does anyone have fairly long experience without TRIM enabled? If TRIM at least advisable, are there any caveats in using TrimEnabler? Is it indeed a very simple process—or possibly with a few problems, and perhaps only best attempted by those ready to get their geek on? Any advice welcome, particularly if from experience good or bad. Thanks.