So... I'm kinda thinking about getting a laptop and putting Linux on it. I'd like to be able to dock it into a port replicator (not sure ZaReason or System76 can do that), and I'm thinking Linux-managed dual-drive hybrid storage (SSD/HDD) would be better than an integrated SSHD that knows nothing about boot-time requirements vs. runtime requirements. (But what do I know? Corrections/input welcomed.) Can anybody make some recommendations? (Including: is there a better forum somewhere to post this?) I just took a quick look at Lenovo and Dell, but they don't seem to have dual HDD slots. Should I just give up on that SSD/HDD approach? I'm happy to pay for quality, but don't really want to past the point of diminishing returns. Would like something that won't require too much fiddling around, since I'd like to do something with the system besides fight config battles.  As opposed to me manually moving files around between an SSD and an HDD.