Summary: This drive is insanely fast. Purchased to replace a laptop hard drive, and it changed the windows 7 boot time to about 7 seconds. Consistent transfer speed R/W average is about 200Mb/s. If you're transferring to/from a USB or network, you won't get the speed out of it though.
Summary: I got this drive to upgrade a small slow hard drive in an old netbook I am giving my daughter. I couldn't give her something that is old and slow so this was just the ticket for it. Sped up the Lenovo S10 to a significant degree as the hard disc drive was its choke point. Anyway, the drive was installed and Windows 7 loaded with no issues. I've used it quite a bit over the last three weeks and it has been rock solid stable.
Pros: Fast and reliable so far, Comes with 3.5" adapter
Summary: The quick review: I've been using this particular brand and size of SSD in several machines now (desktops & laptops) and have seen excellent performance and not one failure. I was previously using the OCZ Agility's in the same size and the performance was good, but failure plagued many of them (just read the reviews on Amazon). The wasted time was not worth the $20 I saved with a cheaper drive.
Summary: this SSD was on sale for $80 and I jumped on the opportunity to finally get a SSD hard drive for my desktop. I tried the Hard drive as a internal drive in the PBO core media player, but found that the playback and read wasn't that better than using a USB external hard drive. But overall, my computer is booting up pretty fast now, more like under a minute.
Pros: great price for great speed and decent performance for a SSD, no problems so far.
Cons: wish the hard drive space was bigger, but will buy a larger one in the future.
Summary: I've had two of these in RAID 0 for a few months now. No issues so far. Although my motherboard is SATA2, I've found most load times to be quite a bit faster than my old 72000rpm drives in a RAID 0. Especially the time to load applications just after login. 1-2 seconds and I'm off. I would buy these again.
Summary: It's an SSD, it's 120GB, it's got a SandForce controller, and it works just like you'd expect it to. It's not the fastest drive out there, but it's good enough for casual use; instant resumes and 20-second boots are fine for laptop use. It appears to be a reliable drive (no strange errors as of yet) in the laptop I have it installed in.