Ok, so I've been considering SSDs more & more lately. Despite some bad experiences with them at work, they just won't seem to go away. Something that really bugs me with my F3, is that if I'm doing something I/O intensive, the entire PC responds sluggishly. With a 500GB F3, I've used around 400gb, I could decrease that to around 300gb with some tidying, but I don't think I'd be able to fit inside the 120gb which my budget might allow. Also considering my usage pattern, PC sleeps but rarely gets turned off, would I gain benefits from doing the SSD thing backwards. OS on mechanical disk, along with office, docs, downloads all that sort of junk. I could then dedicate my SSD to games, and actually get the majority of them on the SSD. Has anyone tried this, even just for giggles? Has anyone actually found it useful? I understand that the standard usage pattern for an SSD is to increase boot speeds and overall responsiveness, but since I spend so little time on booting the PC anyhow, it seems a little redundant.