Anandtech has posted their review of the new OWC 6G SSD. As expected, speeds are comparable to the OCZ Vertex 3 since they use the same controller, but there are a couple problems spotted in the review. There apparently is an error in the PCB layout that was corrected by soldering a wire between two contacts on the board. You can see the red wire on the right side of the PCB in this image from the Anand review. I have to agree with Anand, a retail release product with a rework like this makes one "uneasy." Closeup photo of the rewire job. Also, Anand reports OWC is shipping the drive with a crippled Sandforce firmware that limits 4KB random writes causing the drive to post a 27K IOPS score, even though OWC advertises 60K IOPS. OWC tells Anand they will have an updated FW soon to remedy this. Since OWC still provides no method for the user to update FW under OS X, you will presumably need to install Windows under Bootcamp like with previous OWC FW updates or ship your SSD back to OWC for the update. Quote from Anand review: So for $20 more you get similar performance as the OCZ Vertex 3, crippled firmware, and a PCB with wires soldered across it.