I know, I know...there are lots of threads discussing what's going to be in the next MBP, and no one knows for sure until they are released...but I personally don't care about USB 3, blu-ray, light-peak, no ODD, 48 hour battery life, artificial intelligence, etc. etc... One feature that I think needs to be incorporated in the next revision is SSD. Given the type of storage "Pro" users demand and the current market price of SSD's, it's not practical to put in 512 or even 256 GB SSD and stay at the current price point, but what about an SSD + HDD combo? I know there is not a lot of room on the motherboard but if Apple goes with something like the soldered on SSD (like MBA) and keeps the HDD this could be the best of both worlds. You could use the SSD just for OSX and commonly used apps and use the HDD for movies, music, photos etc. 64 or even 32 GB SSD would be enough. Going SSD+HDD would give the MBP the speed & other benefits of SSD plus the cheap storage of a traditional HDD. The only possible challenge I see with this is that the user would have to manually choose which drive to save files to...but, given everything else 'magical' they have come up with recently, I'm sure Apple could figure out a way for OSX to treat the two drives as one "invisibly" which would mean the end user wouldn't even notice a difference. Or they could have a manual and automatic mode...heck they could easily build this into a possible new version of OSX...which conveniently is also coming out later this year... any thoughts?