I just finished installing an 80 GB Intel X25M G2 in my new MBP i7. Nothing I saw convinced me that there is a better SSD (at a reasonable price). I went with the newmodeus tray and I installed the SSD in place of the optical drive. I do not care about hibernation, and I will disable it. I want my computer to use sleep-only because I want it to go to sleep immediately when I so choose, and not have to wait one minute or so for it to dump the RAM to disk. I also upgraded the stock 500 GB Hitachi HDD to a 7200 RPM model. Both the HDD and SSD are recognized at 3 Gbps by System Profiler. A warning: Do not follow the ifixit take apart blindly. In particular, DO NOT unplug the 3 antenna connectors from the AP/BT assembly (step 7): They are EXTREMELY HARD to plug back in---one hour sweating and a few grey hairs. You also only need to remove the AP/BT connector and the SATA connector from the mobo. The tray is held in place by the AP/BT assembly on the top and by a piece of electrical tape at the bottom. This makes it completely reversible in case I need Apple to service it (no double-sticky tape that can leave residues).