Summary: This is an excellent SSD, I replaced the HDD of my Toshiba 630 laptop. I'm using windows 7 and was board whenever I need to do a start up for the system or reboot. With this SSD the reboot is extremely fast and launching application as well.
Summary: I bought this one at around 230$ on sale, and I do not regret paying that much for it. Can you get a 256gb for less than 300 now? Absolutely. So honestly, I'd say go up a notch for around $100.
Pros: Still running after a year and a few wipes - just as strong as day 1. Noticed load times on basically everything drop significantly. While playing DAO (which I had installed on a regular hard drive before this game) the load screens actually loaded in probably about 20% of the time.
Cons: Where as before I was able to read all the lovely hints and tips at load screens at my leisure, I now can barely scan one sentence before it's done in some games :) (one of those cons that isn't really a con). There is the need to update the firmware before use (at least for me there was) but it ...
Summary: I did a lot of research on an SSD for my wife's 13 inch Macbook Pro purchased at the end of 2009. I heard there were a few issues with many SSDs paired up with an older Macbook like the one I was going to upgrade.
Summary: My new notebook has an easy option to change HDD so I changed to SSD. I can improve battery life w/o major heat source. I am enjoying almost instant booting in several seconds. My major storage HDD is external through USB3.
Pros: light and cool fast response no noise
Cons: sata2 but it is ok for laptop only 64G but it is current days for SSD