Hey y'all, i got a 2006 macbook with 2.0ghz intel core 2 duo with 2GB ram, 160gb hd, and running snow leopard. Thinking of updatin her by either installing a 128gb ssd (i'm not using all 160gb on my current hd; i have an external drive where i store all my files) vs. a 4gb ram. The cost of the two is fairly close. On amazon, the 128gb ssds are approximately $70-80 for the samsung, transcend, kingston, or OCZ brands. And the 4gb ram (2 x2gb) is approximately $50-60, and the macbook is only going to utilize 3+ something gb out of the 4gb. Which of the upgrades would give me the best bang for the buck in terms of speed and performance? Or can i get away with buying both an SSD and just buying a 2gb ram for around $20 and just upgrade to 3gb ram (unmatched; 1x1gb (from factory), 1x2gb)? Thanks in advance!