Hi Guys, My design team are running on old Mac Pros, we are planning on replacing them, but the meagre upgrades offered by Apple have them all asking to wait till next year and just upgrade some components inside them. They are all on Snow Leopard, all use CS5.5 and are still happy with the performance they are getting. I have been regularly keeping them dust free inside and we have only had a couple of HDD failures over the years we have had them. Specs: 1x Mac 1,1 2x Quad Core Xeon 2.6Ghz with 6GB Ram and X1900 2x Mac 3,1 2x Quad Core Xeon 2.8 Ghz with 6GB Ram and HD2600 I am thinking to install 1x 260GB SSD drives for the system drive and then install 2x1TB drives in Raid 1 for Data and a final 2TB drive for Time Machine Backups. Plus upping the RAM with another 8GB per machine. I want to get them through the next year, give them a nice little bump in workflow speed and be able to easily recover from failures if that ever happens. Do you think this is a sensible selection?