Hi guys, my MacBook Pro "Penryn" model has been amazing thus far. Absolutely no hardware problems. My 250 GB HD is being split with 133 GBs to Mac OS X and 100 GBs to Windows Vista, but the problem I am starting to have is the hard drive is getting a little full. I have about 20 GBs left in Vista and about 40 GBs in Mac OS X. Not terrible, but getting there, as I have a ton of videos, music, games, etc. I am thinking about upgrading the hard drive soon, and I see these new "SSDs" that are the new rave in the computer world. They seem very expensive, and from what I've heard they are only in their early stages so they aren't perfect, but I am just wondering what the advantages of one was. I heard they have non-movable parts so they last longer, but the average laptop hard drive lasts 10-12 years, which is about double the average computer usefulness life. I heard they help with battery life, but from what I've heard the hard drive is one of the least battery consuming parts, so the actual battery life advantage at most is 15 minutes with just web browsing, etc. How fast are they compared to a 7200RPM regular hard drive? Is replacing the hard drive in the old Penryn MacBook Pros against warranty? I heard the hard drives aren't as easy replacable as the new ones. Am I missing anything? Are SSDs going to get as cheap as a regular hard drive anytime soon? Thanks!