There are many "traditions" when it comes to our church-wide summer conference every year. When I say "traditions", I do not mean stereotypes like dressing in white robes or burning tall candles. Instead, it comes down to stuff like eating bowl noodles at night, playing Dutch Blitz during our free time, trading name tags with other people, and buying motor oil for fun. Additionally, one of the stuff we like to do is pay the guest speaker a visit in one night of the conference, and involve him or her in one or more of our traditions -- well, maybe except for the last one. In the most recent summer conference, on the second night, we decided to go ahead with the traditional guest speaker visit. After the evening talk, I approached him, and asked him if it was okay for us to come. Naturally, he agreed. At first, about four of us showed up at where he was staying. However, what he did not know was I have not-so-secretly invited almost everyone else. Before long, thirty to forty people crowded into his place. The next day, in his morning message, he commented on what happened the night before. "When I went back to my townhouse, I saw about four guys, which was what I have expected. Slowly, everyone started to trickle in. I did not expect all of you to show up!" A lot of times in life, there are expectations, and then there is reality. For some products, there are high expectations, and it delivers. For other products, there are low expectations, and you get exactly what you have paid for. In the case of the SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD, like our summer conference guest speaker last year, will we get more than what we expect? For about $110 at press time, let us find out.