Hello Mac Peeps, I'm looking for a little advice. Though ultimately I will upgrade both, I'm curious what you think would give me the most bang for my buck as the first upgrade- going from 2GB to 4GB of RAM or upgrading my HDD to a 7200 RPM drive. I have a 2.4 Aluminum MacBook, stock with 2GB of RAM and a 5400 250GB drive. As far as usage goes, I do tend to run several apps at once- iCal, Add Book, and Mail, iTunes, Excel, Pages, Peachtree (accounting/inventory system), Aperture and Photoshop. This is a fairly normal scenario. Also, I do a lot with Garage Band and Logic, and improving performance with those apps is a priority for me. I've heard that faster drives can really make a discernible difference. And more RAM will definitely help out there as well. I've thought about the SSD route, but the prices are still pretty high and I'm not really into sacrificing a lot of drive space. But, I don't know, maybe it's worth holding off on upgrading my drive until SSD's have more capacity and the price goes down? Anyway, what would be the best first upgrade step for me to take? RAM or HDD? Thanks in advance for any and all help!