After my recent Crucial M4 256GB SSD failure, I am trying to setup up my MacBook Pro to be extreemly reliable by using a new SSD, factory 750GB HDD, Time Machine, 3 TB Time Capsule, and CCC. I am new to this but this is what I am thinking... Install the SSD in the normal location and install the factory 750GB HDD in place of the superdrive using the OWC Data Doubler. Once everything is installed, completly erase both drives, reinstall Lion on the SSD. Then create two partitions on the 750GB HDD, one for movies, music, pictures, etc... and the second partition as a clone of the SSD. Then I would use CCC to automaticly clone a copy of the SSD to the HDD. This way if the SSD failed again I could just boot straight from the HDD with zero down time. Finally, I would use Time Machine to backup both the SSD and the HDD to the 3TB Time Capsule. Does this sound like it would work, or is there an easier/better way? I already have the equipment, so that isn't an issue.