So, I'm planning on building my first gaming desktop in a couple months and I'm still up in the air about my storage setup. I'm looking to get a decent speed and reliability boost when compared with mechanical drives (I'm paranoid as hell when it comes to HD failure so RAID 0 is out of the question w/mechanical drives). Note: Data = Music & Movies Options: 1) Stick with both mechanical drives. WD Raptor for boot and games, Samsung 1 TB F3 for data 2) Small capacity SSD for boot only (maybe a game or two), Samsung 1 TB F3 for games and data 3) Large capacity SSD for boot and games, Samsung 1 TB F3 for data For the sake of comparisons, let's say that price isn't a [major] factor (I'll still be taking it into account, but I really want my first gaming desktop to be much faster than my current gaming laptop). I've been looking at: Small SSD: Mushkin Enhanced Callisto Deluxe MKNSSDCL60GB-DX 2... Large SSD: Mushkin Enhanced Callisto Deluxe MKNSSDCL240GB-DX ... From the specs of each, I'd say they're both OCZ Vertex 2s in disguise, but they're also both cheaper than their Vertex 2 counterparts. What does everyone think?