This is a two part thread: Part one regarding steam and part two regarding my experiences in general of moving from a fast hard disk to an SSD. I'm going to put a new drive in my PC tomorrow and make it the primary (system) disk. I'd like to know if it's possible to store steam game files in multiple locations. I want to keep all the games that I currently have installed, but the new drive is less than half the size of my current hard drive and to achieve this, I'd need to be able to store the most frequently played games (say, games A, B and C) on one drive, and the rest (to exaggerate the number of games here, games D-Z) on the larger hard drive. I will also be doing this with many of the other programs, but Steam is the only program that needs to be able to "share" drives because the rest of the software will be stored on either Disk 0 or Disk 1. This may be totally impossible, but if anyone can shed some light on it for me before my new drive arrives in the morning, I'd appreciate it. I'm spending today pairing down the old primary disk by backing up files to my server in order to have a small enough partition to mirror to the new, smaller drive.