Summary: After searching the internet for recommendations and suggestion and asking some of my friends what they used. I settled on OCZ. It meet my expectations in size and speed for the price. I only wish they would make it in the 1tb size for my data hard drive. I use the 120gb for boot up and programs.
Summary: I am lucky that I have a client that is willing to take risks and test things out. I have had SSD in other servers, but never in a hotswap caddy. It has a sata interface so I thought it should be ok. I installed two of these and setup a raid 0. I tested it for a 6 weeks. It worked fine and it was fast. On this server is vmware server 2.2 running 2003 windows on top of a windows SBS 2008.
Summary: SSDs are now the best upgrade value for any computer, and OCZ's products are exemplary. I have owned three different OCZ Vertex 2 SSD's, and I have been happy with all of them. I currently use two units of this model in my MacBook Pro, in a RAID 0 configuration. The performance is ridiculously good. The only problem with SSDs is once you switch, you can never go back.
Summary: Once I got my motherboard isues ironed out, this drive performs like a champ. Boot-up times are lightning fast. Applications open with zero lag time. Having an SSD can make you spoiled. Any other machine seems slow... even those with mega-ram and multi-core processors. The best upgrade anyone can make to their machine is get an SSD. The new ones have most of the bugs worked out so they're operation is better than first generation. I'm a staunch believer in solid states.
Summary: I am using this ssd in a macbook 1.1 A1181,(core duo 2.0 ghz,2 gb memory,snow leopard 10.6.7), I am using Ocz vertex 2 as boot drive, With Ohbd opti-bay Installed(7200rpm Seagate momentus) Installs in primary drive slot perfectly. No issues with mac, The macbook 1.1 is the earliest macbook. It utilizes this ssd just fine. This clarifies the rumors that these ssd's, do not work well with mac. HOWEVER, for optimum write/read speeds you need a computer with sata 2 port.
Summary: Okay there's a few things to know, not just about this drive but on all SSD's. the first is a heads up about this buy. when you order the (OCZSSD3-2VTX120G) drive the first picture you see of it (the flatter version) this is the standard 3.5 enclosing shape for this drive if you have done your research like i have not a whole lot of sites have updated their images about this product so what you see is the typical box shape you would normally see on regular hard drive.