So I already have an Intel SSD (and probably take for granted how useful it's become) for my OS and apps. It was a great upgrade that I hardly think about now, but I'm sure I'd know it immediately if I went back. Despite spending most of my gadgetry budget on an iPad 2, I'd still spend money on the two things that are still slower in my daily desktop computing: iPhoto and iTunes. iPhoto is a lot slower because I've got like 80gb of photos and videos (3 young kids) and, while the app is on the SSD, but the library is on the stock original 250gb hdd my 1,1 came with. I'm sure I could speed things up by putting that library on a faster hdd, but I want those two libraries to be ssd-quick. I don't mind waiting 2 seconds for a HD movie to spin up. So specs don't matter much to me, I'm really asking what's the best GB/$ ratio among non-flawed SSDs. I haven't paid much attention to the development of the SSD market since I bought a couple 1.5-2 years ago. Back then there were some SSDs to avoid because of bad controllers or whatever. I assume those problems are a thing of the past. Do correct me if I'm wrong! Anyway - a relatively slow, cheap SSD would suite me perfectly. Looking for 160-200gb probably for those two libraries, giving me some room to grow. Recommendations appreciated.