SW: XP Professinal, TABLET PC EDITION 2005, V2002,/has Service Pack-3\nHW: 60GB HITACHI IDE, Serial ATA interface, SATA 150 tranfer mode, NTFS partitions\nC partition = 55.7GB, D partition (Sys Reserved) = 99.9MB /26.1MB used as 25 .tmp files.\nMemory = DDR2 533, 512 MB in 2 available slots = ~ 1GB.\n\nI'm considering:\nUpgrading the memory to 2GB x 2, for an effective 3.2 -\- 3.5GB (XP- limited) and then [I]maybe[/I] installing a 250GB WD SSD; I’d setup the new SSD with a 100MB D partition, and expect the rest to function as the C partition. I’m focusing on getting a\nBlue WD SATA SSD #WDBNCE2500PNC-WRSN, 250 GB.\n\nShould I expect any nasty surprises with what I'm proposing? \nAnd, should I expect a ‘faster’ laptop for each of the upgrades as proposed above?\n\nAbout the memory: I’ll swap-out the DDR2 533, 512 MB x 2 = ~ 1GB for a\nDDR2 533, 2GB x 2 = ~ 4GB.\nAn A-Tech (4GB) 2 x 2GB PC2-4200 DDR2 Memory Kit is readily available. \n\nIf you have suggestions / Pro -\- Con comments on the proposed upgrades above, please post them below. Thanks.