Hello all, I couldn't help myself so I purchased a Split 13 x2 from PC World yesterday and then... I decided to destroy it with this A new Plextor M5M mSata 256GB drive and an 8GB DDR3L 1600Mhz ram module (It MUST be a low voltage ram module so DDR'L' not standard DDR). Removing the cover wasn't 'that' hard but the amount of strength that has to be used gets a bit worrying. It also helps if you locate the correct maintenance manual. Searching for 'Split x2' presents a pdf with a machine that looks EXACTLY like the Split 13 but the instructions are different and you might end up jabbing a scalpel into the wrong place (Cough). Search for 'HP Split 13' and you'll find the right one. Two screws from the bottom and then, using a scalpel or card, gently lift the silver back cover from the bottom. There's 2 main plastic 'thingies' (What are they called again) holding the cover with a few smaller ones. At that point it gets interesting. As soon as you reach the sides you have to use Hulk strength to separate the cover. Once done it's stupidly easy to change the parts. Next.... The keyboard cover will have a 1TB 840 Evo SSD fitted. Storage: - 256GB Plextor M5M msata SSD (tablet) - 64GB MicroSD card (tablet) - 1TB Samsung Evo 840 SSD (Keyboard) - 128GB SD card (Keyboard) The screen is also quite nice. Why this machine over all the other available? I already have a Samsung Ativ tab 3 for light use along with a Stylus so, due to the storage options and large screen, I went for this model. It would have been nice if the screen were at least 1600x900 but that's ok as it'll be connected to an external screen. Note: PC World, here in the UK, listed it as having the HD 4600 but that is incorrect as it's the 4200! Naughty. I did point that out in the store so it'll be interesting to see if it changes.