Drive One

This is the system drive, where Windows will be installed. We strongly recommend going with an SSD (solid state drive) for this. SSDs offer much faster speeds, are completely silent, produce far less heat, are lighter and more reliable than HDDs (Hard Disk Drives, these feature a physical disk that spins at 7200RPM)

So what's the catch? The price I'm afraid, SSDs are much more expensive so if on a budget use an SSD for your system drive and for your samples and stick with HDD for your projects drives. If budget does allow though, go for SSD throughout!