I'm looking into purchasing an SSD for my Early 2008 (White) macbook. I'd read in a few places that it could accept SATA II drives (3Gb/s) but looking at my System profiler it seems I can only handle SATA (1.5Gb/s) is this accurate information? If so, would an SSD even be worth it on only SATA speed? That aside I found this SSD at new egg which is decently priced and well enough reviewed. Ignoring the above issue of SATA vs. SATA II would this be a decent drive to speed up my aging macbook? Lastly, when / if I do this what would be the best way to transfer everything? I can buy an external enclosure easily enough and it was suggested previously that I use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a 1:1 copy of my internal onto the SSD then just install it. However I've read now that it's better to do a clean install and then migrate from a backup. If this is the case, why is it better? Also, how does one do that on Lion? I made a disk with the installer but no guarantee it works. Would I be able to install SL and upgrade to Lion (which I already purchased) if I wanted to? What worries me with this is that my Time Machine backup holds data for both my macbook and iMac (poor choice I know but I was limited on drives) so will that cause any problems with migration? Sorry for such the long post. Before I spend $100+ on this thing I just want to make sure I'm getting the best I can. Thanks.