Hi All, I have a home made fusion drive in my Mac Mini consisting of a 250GB SSD and the stock 1TB 5200 HDD. I also have a Photos library of +400GB. Will the "Magic of Fusion" put any of my photos on the SSD? In my mind the photos that are accessed more regularly will be sat on the SSD where the old stuff will be on the HD just as Fusion is designed to function... or is the library just seen as one massive folder that is too big for the SSD and so is sat on my HDD? Does a fusion lay out frequently vs non-frequently accessed data folder by folder, file by file, or bit by bit to be able it to obtain it's perceived near SSD speed? The vast majority of my internal storage is taken up by photos. Music, Movies etc are all external. If the Photos are stored on the internal HDD I am presumably not seeing the benefit of the fusion and so am I better off de-fusing my fusion allowing the SSD to achieve it's potential and manually putting the library on the HDD? Thoughts would be greatly received.... P.S. - this was asked on the Apple support Forum but to no avail.