'Lo all, I'd like to appeal to all the SSD owners out there for some advice. I'm currently in the planning stages of an upgrade for my computer and I'd really like to add an SSD to my setup. The thing is I've read so much about SSD's over the last few weeks that I'm about wrong in the head concerning what you should and shouldn't do with them. So I'd like to ask a few basic questions if I may so I can get the bottom line once and for all. I've read a lot of people are currently using SSD drives as boot drives only and using a standard HDD for everything else. Why is this exactly? Can't you use an SSD drive to replace an HDD completely? When using the above mentioned setup, after you've loaded on your OS of choice on to your SSD, do you direct everything else, for example your motherboard, graphics drivers et al, on to the HDD? What about Windows updates, where do they go? What are the mandatory tweaks, if any, you should do to get the most out of an SSD after you've installed the OS? I'd really appreciate some straight answers for any of the above. I'm just so confused with it all just now.