I have used a few SSD in the past, first Intel X-25M for my MBP and then then OWC Mercury Electra for another MBP and Mac Pro. Now I need a bigger one (SATA 3, 250GB) for a 2010 Mac Pro and OWC is currently out of them. I'm now wondering of I should wait for OWC or go with another brand. My experience with the Intel drive was that it slowed down with time. I have not noticed that with the OWC drives, but I've had occasional "mini freezes" that lasts a few seconds each time. This happened more frequently with the Intel drive than the OWC drives. Is this normal? I imagine it could be the garage collection at work? If I understand it correctly, the OWC SSDs takes care of garbage collection themselves and we don't need to enable TRIM. Which other drive brands do the same? I've read many threads on TRIM and have not been convinced that it is an easy or reliable solution to enable it, as it is not officially supported by Apple. And there seems to be some disagreement when and if it should be enabled. And then some say I would have to re-enable after OS upgrades etc. Am I wrong about that? It also seems like a lot of people here don't like the OWC drives. Why is that? I'm open to switch brand, but I only want to buy an SSD that will work very reliable and without any tinkering with the terminal etc. Also, as I will use it as the OS drive with Logic Pro, I don't want any "mini freezes" that could ruin a take. Any help to choose a new SSD would be greatly appreciated.