I'm trying to triple boot and add an SSD in the optical bay, while keeping the HDD for storage. What I want to do is install Ubuntu, Win 7, and the OSX operating systems onto the SSD into 3 partitions for the triple boot. I want to the use the HDD for storage for each of those individual partitions so I can have adequate storage space for cheaper, while enjoying the benefits of the SSD as a boot drive for all three OS's. Can this be done? I'm assuming I'd have 6 (or 7 including the Linux swap) partitions to accomplish this. Will the EFI be able to differentiate the bootable partitions on the SSD from the storage partitions on the HDD so I don't have 6 options when booting? I'd really prefer this setup over running only OSX from the SSD. Also, if there are issues using the SSD as a boot drive for all three OS's, is that related to the SATA port in the optical drive slot, or is that an EFI limitation with no resolutions to fix it? What if I was to run the SSD in the HDD slot and the HDD in the optical bay to accomplish my feat? Will a 1TB HDD or 750gb HDD fit in the optical bay? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.