Hi all! I'm going to be buying a new iMac 27" i7 and need an SSD to go with the 1TB HDD. I would be using it as a system/application/win7 -drive. I've decided that something along 80gb should be big enough and narrowed my choices down to these two but can't decide between them: 1. Intel X25-M G2 80GB 2. OCZ Vertex 2 Extended 90GB Both are supposed to be fairly decent drives and the prices are more or less the same (Vertex 2 a bit more pricey but that's not the deciding factor). Things I've been wondering and can't find a clear solution: - What kind of garbage collection/trim solution these drives have if any? So how do they perform in the long run? Experience for both kinds would be appreciated. - I've had the feeling that Intel is more reliable & safe drive. Not so prone to die.. And Vertex 2 more mixed bag.. Any truth in that? Things that are more or less clear: - Vertex 2 is faster in most cases, but probably in real life the difference is not really noticable.. - Intel lets me easily update the firmware with my mac, but Vertex it's more difficult if even possible? Any one who has the extended version of Vertex 2, what fw you have pre-installed? Any other, clearly better options that are same size/price range and are proven to work well in mac as well? Anyway..if anyone could help, I would greatly appreciate your input. The reliability question is kinda important since I would be getting the SSD installed aftermarket by a local Apple reseller and that costs enough as it is, so I wouldn't like to find myself with a dead SSD in 6 months... Thanks.