I currently own a PS3 SuperSlim and a PS4 Fat. Both have the stock 500 GB 5400 RPM (?) HDDs. As I play only a handful of games on both (I play a total of 6 games between both consoles, 3 games on each) I do not need such humongous storage, but I'd like to decrease my load times on both consoles, as all but two of the games I play are rhythm games, so reloading songs every 5 minutes or less tends to be boring. So far, I have a 128 GB SSD, a 180 GB SSD and a 250 GB 7200 RPM HDD I could use on any console and I'd still have room to spare. I am almost sure my PS4 will end up getting either SSD, but the thing I am not sure is if the PS3 will benefit from an SSD or should I stick to the 7200 RPM HDDs. Is there any advantage of adding a SSD to a PS3?