Hello everyone, I wonder if you guys could answer a few questions about SSDs that I've been sitting on for a while now? Specifically, I'm wondering if SSDs can become "damaged" or permanently altered in performance by getting too full or failing to properly use TRIM. I've got 2 240GB OCZ Agility 3 SSDs in RAID 0 (480GB total size); performance is quite breathtaking and I've seen transfer speeds of ~1GB per second. However, I've heard that TRIM is not supported in Windows 7 (or in general?) when running SSDs in RAID, and I've also read somewhere on the great wide Internet that SSD performance can really drop off as the drives approach full capacity, especially without TRIM functionality. What I have not been able to find any clear information on is whether this performance loss is permanent or if it can be fixed simply by reformatting the drives as another RAID array or as single drives. My Agility 3 RAID array is approximately 69% full as of right now, and it previously was around 82% until I moved some files and apps off of it to my 1TB Caviar Black drive. I could move more apps, but before I do, I'd like to know whether it's even worth the effort. In short: I'd like to know if A) drive performance has indeed dropped (it doesn't seem like it's dropped too much, but I didn't run any "real" benchmarks on it when it was new so I can't really compare it to anything) and B) if performance has dropped, is there anything I can do to fix it and how would I go about fixing it? In very short (tl;dr): OCZ 2x240GB Agility 3 RAID 0 Array, will it be slower as it fills? if so, how can it be fixed and is the "damage" permanent?