Hey guys, First of all: Merry Christmas! Now, I have a 15" MBP 2006 (2.16 Ghz Intel Core Duo, 2 gb ram) that's coming up on 6 years. Naturally, it can run slow and easily gets tired, but it is still a very reliable computer. I do a lot of video editing and graphics work and I'd like to pep this boy up for at least another 6 months. Here are my questions: 1) What can I do right now to increase my performance, particularly for video editing applications? 2) Is a SSD compatible with my notebook? Which SATA is compatible? 3) Is a SSD worth the time and investment at this point? Will I benefit during my video editing? 4) Does it make a difference that my model MBP can't upgrade to Lion? 5) Where can I find a good guide to install a SSD in a 2006 MBP? Or can I just follow the instructions for "Hard Drive Replacement" found on ifixit.com but use a SSD instead? 6) Which SSD is the most affordable and reliable SSD for me to choose? I'm only looking to get about 120 gb. 7) Do I need an optibay for it? If so, where should I purchase one? I've been searching these forums and the web for someone else who wanted/wants to do this same thing but I haven't had much luck. Thanks in advance guys!