That's over a billion percent inaccurate ^.
You see the speed boost from SSD over HDD everywhere. The faster the SSD the bigger the difference.
A "fast" SSD for an OS is light years better than a HDD at everything.
Opening a browser, a program , populating album art from cache, etc...
I have a pretty darn big music library, 20k songs. When I go from Live TV, to my Music Library the album art is all there. Itis just SSD isn't near as important as some people believe. The music is stored on a drive in my desktop PC not the HTPC or TV Server as I prefer.. There is no delay, the album art display is instaneous.
I am not saying SSDs everywhere won't speed things up. But if there is no discernible delay what difference does being even faster make?
Where I see huge speed gains with SSDs is running anti-virus scans. There is no comparison between a magnetic drive and an SSD in that case.