So my late 2007 Macbook feels like it needs an upgrade, and I think a SSD for Lion and the apps would be a good solid upgrade. However I have a couple of questions. 1) I know Lion only natively supports TRIM with apple SSDs, however I have read that you can use TRIMenabler to enable TRIM to 3rd party SSDs. Is there a specific brand/model of SSD that works best for TRIMenabler in Lion? 2) I know macbooks have the shock sensors for the HDD, so would it be best to keep the standard HDD in the SATA spot and use the new SSD in the optical bay since it doesnt need the shock sensor? 3) Would I see any performance decrease from having the SSD in the optical bay since its PATA? 4) Is a generic caddy from ebay just as good as a MCE Optibay (which is just ridiculous to charge $100 for that piece of sheet metal and a tiny logic board)? Also, I wasnt sure if this belonged in the OSX forum or the Macbook forum. Hopefully I didnt put it in the wrong place! Thanks for the help!