Pros: Supports RAID - which I do not recommend trying with regular SATA SSDs. Quick responses from tech support.
Cons: I contacted Kingston support before install to make sure RAID was supported. Response: "The drives will work in a RAID configuration but we advise you not to use these drives in an enterprise environment. RAID 0 or 1 would be OK. But if you plan to use SSDs in a server in a RAID 5 or 10 configuration, we suggest you use our enterprise level SSDs. The biggest differences are the E100 and E50 have much higher endurance and also include power failure support."
Cons: I did not order this, as it is miscategorized. This drive is for use when you want detailed smart monitoring. It is not an enterprise class server drive, and probably not mlc, which is generally what people mean when they say "enterprise ssd". I could be wrong though as the documentation seems purposely vague. See datasheet at http://www.kingston.com/us/ssd/vplus#skc300s3
Cons: the adapter that is in the kit is not for any desktop that i know of but would be handy for your laptops. be sure to buy the 2.5 to 3.5 adapter to put in desktop. that is the reason for the 4 eggs not 5. i should have looked at the pictures since they are there. sorry to you web builders
Summary: Bought this a few months ago, incredible boot time and programs launch almost instantly. Didn't need the external case and wires but it was on sale for the same as other OEM drives, so I got it. Happy I did, I put an OEM SSDD into my laptop and used the external case for my old laptop drive, and now makes a perfect portable drive. The software transferred my OS and programs perfectly, didn't loose anything and no boot up problems.
Summary: Dumme sache das man so schnell doch keine erfahrungen sagen kann, endweder geht oder necht. Wie lange das wird die zeit bringen und der rest ist genormt. Sonst gibt es nix zu bemängeln, macht seine arbeit und fertig.