Hey guys, I'm very unhappy with how slow my 2012 2.5Ghz i5 mac mini is performing. I upgraded to 8GB of ram which didn't help much so I'm thinking it's the HD. I was considering either the Samsung 840 Pro or Evo. I'll probably go with the Evo just to save a few bucks unless I hear otherwise. My main question is I watched the video of the data doubler install and it seems very difficult. I'm not that comfortable with all the steps and was wondering if theres a video showing an alternative method. Also I don't see many videos discussing a straight up swap. If I swapped HD's would that be an easier install? I read one comment in a thread where the poster states: "please don't follow the OWC guide. It sucks and might damage your machine. It is also depicting a 2011 Mini, which has a different use of the bays. Just unscrew the Wifi antenna, and slide the SSD in. Don't care about screws to hold the SSD, removing the mobo etc. If the SSD is too loose, shove the spacer that comes with the SSD underneath or on top (depending on the room the cable leaves). This way you can't break a thing. 5 minute procedure. " Does anyone have any more information about this procedure. I really don't need two HD or the extra space since i'm currently using 200GB of my 500GB HD so if theres a much easier method doing a swap vs data doubler install I will go that way instead. Or if theres a data doubler install that does not have 20 steps I would also prefer that. Please point me in the easiest method that will prevent me from breaking my HD. THANKS!!!