Everyone talks about SSD's speed and boot times. I boot maybe once a month, if that. And when I do, it's never at a time when speed matters. Also, for my work apps, all the CS5 apps (photoshop, indesign, illustrator), I open them once and they stay open indefinitley, for weeks at a time usually. I don't even sleep my computer, it runs all night so it can do backups and serve a AppleTV library. So, with that said - what are the benefits of an SSD when you rarely boot, and semi-rarely start up your main apps? Is it just a gimmick? I really don't see how booting up fast, and starting apps fast, is a huge benefit. I want things to work faster AS I USE THEM. But people rarely talk about the benefits of a SSD throughout, say, a 10 hour long work day of heavy use in hi-res print and media design. Any experience on this?