Hi all, I'd love to swap out the horrid 5400rpm drive in our Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt enclosure. I've been following a lot of the threads on here about it BUT most of them are old so I wanted to know if anyone had some fresh intel -- namely if any current SSD drives over 250GB meet the power requirements? It seems like some 512GB drives cause the Buffalo to disconnect because they're drawing too much power, would love to know if that's still the case or have their been improvements with some brands and their power draw? Current options I'm looking at: OWC 480GB Mercury ($195) or Mercury Extreme ($258) -- pricey, but good brand Samsung 512GB 850 PRO Series ($221) -- someone in one of threads had success with this brand, maybe due to lower power consumption? SanDisk X300 512GB ($134) -- cheapest option, possibly slower than Samsung? Haven't heard anything about their SSDs but use their CF cards all the time. TIA!