EDIT: The latest info: http://vr-zone.com/forums/421608/int...pril-26th.html "Intel plans to cut the prices of their SSDs ranging from $50 to $100 this coming Monday on the 26th of April. This is their second price cut on SSDs just two months after they conducted their first price cut in early February. Intel 80GB X18-M and X25-M will see their prices dropped from $385 to $335 while 160GB versions will be lowered from $760 to $660. However, the prices of the SLC models remain unchanged at $410 for 32GB and $790 for the 64GB." A retail shop employee said on a Japanese PC forum that Intel was expected to reduce the price tags of its X25-M series around April 26. At the same time, HP Japan announced that it will start shipping its new mini 2140 notebook with X25-M 80GB for about $800 (or 79,800 yen) at the end of this month, which is only about $100 more expensive than the 160GB 7200rpm HDD model. According to HP site in US, the price difference is currently $325 in US, which may support Intel's price cut rumor. If the price cut is true, I'll replace every HDD I have now! For those who can read Japanese: HP's mini notebook with Intel X25-M 80G and Intel's price drop rumor.