Hey everyone. I'm finally going to get an SSD very, very soon, but I'm pretty confused as to how they're priced. I'm buying them from Canada Computers, because I hate ordering things online and waiting for them, plus it needs to be here before I leave for school on Monday. Anyways, I'm looking to keep things cheap at the $300-$370 price range (I recently had more money to throw away, but I spent my computer money on a supercharger for my truck ). I'm looking to you guys for guidance. Obviously there is a reason for the pricing, and the devil is in the details of the SSD. However, I don't know/can't understand the details, so the devil just sits there and laughs at me. To the point: It appears SSD's that are the same, are priced differently under Canada Computers (and also NewEgg) pricing schemes. For example, I was looking at this 120GB OCZ Vertex 2 for $319 intially, but then I saw this 100 GB OCZ Vertex 2 for $369. Obviously, the Vertex 2 is 20GB bigger than the Agility 2, but the Agility 2 is somehow $50 more, depsite them appearing to be the same to me. Therefore the Agility 2 must be better? But how? Obviously it's a pretty big difference I'm missing. They have the same read/write, don't they? Adding to the confusion is the plethora of similarly priced SSD drives. For example, this 120GB Mushkin Callisto is $329, which is $10 bucks more than the Vertex 2 but it's exactly the same.... is it just a branding thing? Also this 128GB ADATA SSD for $299 has very similar specs to the Vertex 2, but it's bigger and $20 less.... what? See, I know there must be a reason. A reason that you guys can understand, but I can't. Please, share with me your wealth of knowledge and help a brother out. This is the page I'm getting all my SSD prices/ideas from. There's a whole bunch more offerings that appear the same there. Can someone just recommend to me which one to buy? It doesn't have to be one of the ones I was eyeing. haha. Thanks in advance! PS. I have a bone stock i5 17" MBP.