Hi All, I am not sure what I really want to do here...considering a few options and looking for some input. I have gotten amazing use out of my 2006 C2D Blackbook. It does the job for basically everything my wife and I want from a computer right now. However, I have recently noticed that it's (aftermarket) 250gb 5400rpm drive seems to be the culprit of some slowness that is really starting to get on my nerves. Also, the lower right hand corner of the keypad/case has started to break apart (which isn't a huge deal). Here is what I am on the fence about: Option 1: switch out the HD for a 120gb sata2 or sata3 SSD from Newegg for around $100 (I think I could handle the reduction in storage space) and get a few more year's worth out of this machine. Option 2: build myself a $500-$600 Windows machine that will bring us up to speed and allow for me to start (maybe) turning my blu-ray collection into Apple TV/Roku compatible files AND then using the Blackbook (in it's current state) as an Itunes/file server. I realize that this really just comes down to a question of money...but I think my biggest interest is whether or not the SSD would really be worth the investment. I guess I could always just try it out and see how it speeds up the laptop. If it doesn't pay off I could just put the old HD back in and use the SSD as a OS drive in the potential Windows machine. Thoughts?