I got a new 2010 2.8 Quad in August, and used a OWC Mercury SSD as the boot drive. It died within a month. Got a replacement, and it died today. That's 2 SSD's dieing within a month. First question, is it something I'm doing? I have 2 other WD Caviar Black drives for media. My usage of the SSD only involves running apps, music ones such as Logic, and then reading and writing media to the 2 WD Caviar drives, so I would think the "stress" on the SSD is optimized and minimal. The thing has always had 90% capacity left. I cannot figure out if it's my fault??? I use the program Onyx frequently and it's Cleaning-System option before I shutdown, is that something that could possibly mess with the SSD? Just a wild guess because I'm completely at a loss here... Second question, is there something wrong with my mac pro board that could be causing my SSD to drive twice within 2 months? Third question, are SSDs just not that reliable compared to the spinning drives? Am I better off using another WD Caviar Black as my boot and app drive? Should I just ask for a refund instead of a replacement this time? This to me if its the drive's fault, is really unacceptable, with me having to pay and wait for shipping replacements back and forth.