Summary: It served me well for about 2 years, but then died mysteriously. The good news is it was under OCZ warranty and they upgraded me to an OCZ Vector 128GB. From the time I mailed the dead SSD it took about 4 days to get the new one. Probably the most painless RMA process I've encountered.
Summary: I've owned this for two years, I bought it during a sale for like $80 and it was a steal. Best drive I've ever owned, and after 2 years and 90% capacity it is starting to slow down a little. By a little I mean instead of taking 7 seconds to boot it now takes 10. I'd buy another SSD from OCZ in a heartbeat.
Pros: fast, reliable, trusted company, great product and form factor.
Summary: if SSD's weren't so expensive these days I probably would've purchased another drive from OCZ, but instead I opted to go the SSHD route (more bang for your buck).
Pros: Fast & reliable, for what I paid on a Shell Shocker deal 3 years ago. I'm more than pleased with this SSD. It was my first one and what got me hooked. paid like 60 or 70 bucks 3 years ago and have never had a problem.
Summary: I bought this 3 years ago after my friend convinced me this was the wave of the future(corny I know). My first experience on it was putting a fresh install of WIndows 7 on it, and watching my computer boot up in 7 seconds flat. I was blown away. Gone are the days of staring @ the HDD light waiting for the computer to finish loading something trivial. Things move the way they should, in real-time.
Pros: -Lightning Fast - Long Life - Never going back to regular HDD
Cons: A minor con, low space, but I'm not complaining