Maybe a dumb question, but I think the point of file encryption is to keep others from reading your files if, say, you lost your computer. Assuming you are the administrator and have login enabled on your computer, it seems to me that's likely safe enough, as there is no hard drive that can be removed and attached to another computer as an external drive. I think the SSD drive is actually soldered to the motherboard. So I'm thinking if one believes the likelihood that the person who has your computer both has the skills and the desire to unsolder your SSD and solder into a spare computer they just happen to have is minuscule, not much point in encrypting. Your thoughts?