Re: They're not on SSD already?
Really? I've always found RAM upgrades to be the best. SSDs make applications open a bit quicker, and games load a bit faster between levels. Other than that they're not a big deal.
Enterprise applications, on the other hand, with constant I/O, benefit greatly.
Oh, I guess they're handy if you reboot your computer a lot. I tend to do so once a month a so, so no big deal. Having said that, SSDs are now cheap enough that I have two laptops and two desktop PCs booting from SSD. The biggest benefit for me at least is the fact they make no noise.