I currently own a 96GB Kingston SSDNow V+100 but am looking for a slightly larger drive, preferrebly with SATAIII. I plan on having my OS, Applications, and Adobe Caches on the drive and obviously care about speed, but want to avoid fragmentation (either throuh garbage collection, or TRIM). This will be my main drive for as long as it lasts. There doesn't seem to be any one drive that is widely recommended. These seem to be the most popular options: $198 - Crucial m4: Looks like a winner. Enable TRIM or no? $279 - Intel 510: Mediocre performance, reliable, slightly expensive $210 - OCZ Vertex III: Questionable Sandforce reliability? $200 - OWC Mercury Extreme Pro: Questionable Sandforce reliability? $232 - Samsung 470: SATAII, but good. $??? - Samsung 870: Looks promising Will there be any perceivable speed differences between these? I know what the benchmarks say about each, but sometimes that doesn't translate to real world experience.