I want to upgrade to a SSD and put my current HDD in the Optical bay with a data doubler. I have a few questions that I haven't been able to find answers to while searching. If I missed them somewhere, please feel free to point me to the correct threads. Here's what I currently have: Early 2011 15" Macbook Pro, 2GHz Intel Core i7, 8GB Ram, 500GB 7200rpm HDD, and AMD Radeon HD 6490M 256 MB. I mostly edit photos using Lightroom and occasionally dabble in Illustrator and Dreamweaver along with other general things (Word, Excel, etc.) Questions: 1. I think I'm going to go with the 120GB 6G SSD from OWC, they also include the data doubler and the tools needed for the procedure. Is anyone currently using this drive and have any opinions on it? 2. My 500GB HDD has about 415GB used. It doesn't seem feasible to be able to do a straight clone. (Correct me if I'm wrong). What will be the best way to transfer the OS, User and system folders over the SSD? I use Time Machine and am running 10.8.2. 3. I create a new Lightroom library for every project I do. I was thinking that I would keep the current library I'm editing on the SSD and then transfer it to the HDD when I'm done. Will I notice an increase in performance by doing this vs leaving the photos on the HDD while editing them? (This seems like a dumb question to me but I'm not finding a definitive answer) 4. I noticed that OWC has 16Gb of RAM for $109.99. Would this be a worth while upgrade on top of the SSD? Or should I do the SSD upgrade first and see if it solves the "slowness" that I sometimes experience. (eg. spinning wheel when saving certain files or loading them, applications opening, closing, etc.) Sorry for the long post and I appreciate any help.