Hi! There are plenty similar threads out there, but none so far has been able to answer my question: if I were to install an Apple SSD pulled from another configuration into my MacBook Pro, will OS X identify it as an Apple SSD and subsequently enable TRIM, or does Apple work its magic at the factory to enable TRIM prior to sending out configurations with SSDs? I'm only wondering if it's a matter of buying the correct SSD to have a hassle-free installation. I know there is TRIM Enabler, but for some reason I'm not comfortable with the thought of relying on a 3rd party application for something as crucial as TRIM. Also, while on topic, is it true that an SSD with a SATA II (3 Gbps) interface connected to a SATA III (6 Gbps) bus will operate at only SATA I (1.5 Gbps) speeds? Lastly, is it a good idea to buy the Intel 320 now, or should I wait? I have a MacBook Pro 15" (Late 2011), which supports SATA III, but the Intel 510 with a Marvell controller doesn't look as promising. Neither does the recently released Intel 520 with SandForce. Since Intel has essentially recycled its own controller since the very first Intel X25-M, I'm not sure if it's worth to wait for a newer, SATA III compatible controller from Intel. The other option would be to invest in reliability, which is where the Intel 710 kicks in. Thoughts? (You can probably tell that I'm almost fanatic about Intel SSDs, even though I've never owned an SSD. The other brands just do not look as enticing as Intel does.) Thank you and sorry for yet another SSD thread.