@Yu0x3 Like I said, milliseconds really do not matter to me much, my system is already pretty responsive and it's almost 2 years old and has a 1 TB internal SATA system drive and a 4TB external SATA drive. When I click or open something it opens pretty much instantaneous unless I am opening a program like Photoshop which I leave open once it's running.
All I was trying to convey was that SSD pricing right now is very, very high and people are buying GB sized SSD's for what they could TB sized HDD's for in SATA. I mean if you want to spend upwards of $100 to $150 for a 250 GB SSD to just run your OS on and you have the extra cash then go for it. But the way I see it, in a few more years the pricing should level out and the technology will be much better and probably faster, THAT would be the time to buy them.
It's much like purchasing a first year car model, you just don't do it because chances are there are going to be problems and bugs with it, meanwhile you dumped $30 - $40,000 into that investment.
Don't get me wrong, if a customer insisted on an SSD drive I have no problem getting and installing one for them, but my reasoning is to them ..... do you really need to shed milliseconds in response time? if not get a SATA HDD with triple the amount of space you would get with an SSD, besides, right now the life span of a SATA drive will outlast a SSD, I have machines that have HDD's that are eight to ten years old and are still going strong, I don't think anyone with an SSD can make that claim ..... yet.