"That means automatically writing less data to the main drive to prevent undue wear on its write-limited memory cells."
Would that be the same type of memory cells which Vista's ReadyBoost feature uses for... er, constantly writing loads of data to? I need someone to clarify this for me. Are flash drives: -
1. great for applications that read and write lots of stuff, because they're very fast, or
2. terrible for applications that read and write lots of stuff, because they wear out really easily?
And if the answer is "both of the above", I can see that might be a problem.