Or would that be overkill? It's not that I'm that critically out of space, on my desktop apart from a 1TB NAS I've got I run almost everything from the e-sata Seagate, nearly all programs, Firefox etc... even benchmarking programs like Furmark and Unigine. On the SSD I have Win 7, drivers, Steam, and a couple of other games. I know of the procedure on how to transfer the Steam folder to another location, that isn't the problem. But would you think there are advantages outweighing the disadvantages if I move all games off the SSD? True with only 42GB available the SSD space is close to running out... But then I'd be ok with removing a couple of games to add a couple more ... To be honest, I don't think I saw any (visible) performance increase from playing my games off the Seagate to now that I'm playing them off the SSD. (Originally the Seagate had been my main internal drive with OS and everything on it. After I bought the SSD I also bought an enclosure, formatted the Seagate and connected it e-sata). The only game which sees improvement, only in loading times, is the one my kid plays on my pc i.e. The Sims 3 --- the loading times of that game makes one cry but on an SSD they're somewhat more acceptable. So I also keep that on the SSD using up ~ 11GB of it Will the game data re-writing on the SSD wear it out much quicker? Does gaming on a SSD give better fps (I didn't check out before & after myself)?