I want to buy a solid state drive for my MacBook Pro. My memory seems adequate, and I barely use any processing power, so I can extend the life of this for a while with a faster drive. The drives that I have looked at by Kingston, Crucial, OCZ, and others have overall great reviews, but the negative reviews on Amazon talk about these drives dying after a week, month or so. Is the drive dying on me soon after purchase a big possibility, or is this just another example of "most people will go out of their way to complain than to praise?" I can go to my local Best Buy and walk out with this PNY drive TODAY (http://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-opt...ulti/8193026.p?id=1219315689843&skuId=8193026) or I can spend more and potentially wait a week for this supposedly superior OWC drive (http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/YSSDMP240/). Am I safe going with the local purchase option?