I recently stumbled across Origin PCs. I never heard of them before, but after reading a lot on them, I think they're a brand I'd definitley like to consider when I purchase a gaming laptop this fall. WOW the amount of customizable options are plentiful. In an Origin PC, I have already decided upon: 15" EON15-S Core i7-4810MQ 16GB RAM GTX 870M Hard drive configuration is where I'm having a tough time trying to decide. I'm coming from a 120GB Cherryville SSD with a 2TB RAID 0 comprised of two 1TB WD Blue drives. I'm thinking a 250GB (either an Origin Approved SSD or Samsung 840 EVO) mSATA SSD for the OS and other small apps and then a 750GB 7200 RPM Mechanical hard drive. Maybe do another mSATA as a cache SSD for the Mechanical hard drive? Even worth it? Or possibly just a 1TB hard drive with SSD cache and no OS SSD all together? Also, are mSATA drives any slower? They're still SATA III, right? Thanks.