Guys, Need to pick the hive mind again, as I normally do before parting with any cash on my computer, and this time I'm looking for some help with whether or not SSD's are 'mainstream' enough to take the plunge for. So I've got a high spec computer (well it was in June when I built it), I've got Windows 7 with all it's SSD loving, and I can't decide if it's worth parting with ~£300 for an SSD to round it off. Picture this, your 19, studying computer science, the government is due to give you £1400 on the 4th January, and you have all the budgeting skills of a small gibbon. What would you do EDIT: Also what's the general view on the Intel Gen 2 one's like http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/80GB...ATA-3Gb-s-Read-250MB-s-Write-70MB-s-OEM-Gen-2 . It's not the one in the buyers guide but it's a good hundred pounds cheaper...any massive flaws to worry about?