Tech enthusiasts, I'd love your advice. So I've been wanting a solid state drive for my laptop for a long time now. My laptop does not have two hard-drive bays, so I have to give up my 1TB hard-drive. However, I'm willing to make the switch knowing the increased speeds of SSDs. There's this interesting article I read while researching: "5 Things You Can't Do With Solid State Drives". The following 5 things are listed: 1. You can't defragment 2. You can't use the index feature in Windows 3. You can't use older OS that don't support TRIM (not an issue for me) 4. You can't use it forever (isn't that true for hard drives as well? haha) 5. You can ( but shouldn't ) use it to it's full capacity because performance will slow down (also true for regular hard-drives) Do you use a SSD? If you do, why do you use it? If you don't, why do you choose not to have one? Also, which SSD would you recommend?