Was looking through reddit and engaged with a member. They were discussing how sata m.2 support was dying in notebook sceneries as well as certain motherboards (an old board, but the Msi H110I PRO). I mean, standards have changed since then but would that really be a case? I mean, PS/2 is still around but the last time I had a mouse/ keyboard that was PS/2 was for windows 98 and xp. I also feel that killing off something like sata m.2 support wouldn't really benefit a company much (as of right now) due to the price differences between sata and m.2 (assuming consumers pay for the cheaper one should they be looking for a generic use ssd). The price gap has decrease, that's a fact, but has it decreased enough, I personally don't think so.