Hi guys, I was hoping to find the elusive refurbished 11inch, i5 MBA with a 256gb SSD, but after many missed chances I finally caved, ordered the refurb 128, (for $999: amazing deal - go refurb!) and hoped that I could get by with less storage while waiting for the OWC upgrades to get cheaper. After poking around on ebay, I found someone selling the original Samsung 256 SSDs for $250, including tools. I picked one up, and managed to turn around and sell my Toshiba 128SSD for 80 bucks, so the storage upgrade only cost me 170. It was dead simple to install the new one, it works perfectly, and is recognized as a trim-supported Apple SSD. Bonus: This way I knew the brand of SSD I was getting, instead of playing the Toshiba/Samsung lottery with Apple. Just thought I'd post this in case anyone was in the same predicament. A much cheaper option than ordering a 256 SSD model from Apple, and waaaaaay cheaper than an OWC upgrade. I'm hoping that if the machine ever has issues, having the official Apple SSD in there will placate the geniuses so they don't have to have a "quickening" to decide if they'll support the warranty or not. Cheers.