I have the 2.4 2010 13'' MBP with 8GB RAM. I have been looking at SSDs for awhile, specifically a 120GB models from OWC. http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/SSDMX115/ Now that the OWC drives have gone from 34nm to 25nm NAND (and thus, from 120GB to 115GB and 11% provisioning), I am wondering if there is any reason for me to opt for the more expensive new "6G" model (and the $90 difference). http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other World Computing/SSDMX6G120/ -Will I get more formatted capacity in the 6G? (One listed at 120, the other at 115)? -Is the 6G 34nm? I anecdotally heard these were somehow "better than 25nm, although I don't know how/why. -Will the 6G still somehow be faster on the 3Gb/s interface both drives will be limited to on my 2010 MBP? (I realize this seems like a silly question, but I'm not knowledgeable enough about drives to know if there are other differences/factors besides the SATA interface that affect speed) -Will the only advantage be having a more "future-proof" (yes, I realize that is a nonsense term, but you know what I mean) SSD that I could then move to another machine that has the faster interface? If so, since I don't plan on replacing my laptop soon, I think I'll just go with the older model. Thanks in advance to everyone who replies.