Has anyone else encountered any issues a late 2008 MBP with the 240 GB Intel 520 Cherryville? It has the SF-2281 controller with Intel's custom brewed firmware that solved the issues plaguing the SF-2281. When I first put in the drive and booted it up to Snow Leopard install disc, it does not even see the SSD. If I go under under Serial-ATA in system report, I see the message "There was an error while scanning for Serial-ATA devices." Restarting and trying again yields the same thing. So then I go take the drive and pop it into a PC laptop and try installing linux to make sure it is not DOA. It did fine. Installed fast and then booted up fast. Operated as expected. Went ahead and located my Lion disc and reinstalled the SSD into the MBP. Booted up and the SSD showed up. Partitioned it with extended journaled and proceded to install. During installation, I noticed something I did not know with my original Samsung 128GB SSD. The installer stated that I had nearly two hours for the install. I thought this was weird, being an SSD and I do not remember it taking this long with my 128GB SSD. Some time after with 1:15 remaining, I feel asleep watching paint dry. A few hours later I woke up to seeing the display fully lit with the DVD drive spinning at full and me staring at the grey screen with a circle and horizontal cross going through it. I think it was blinking. I went ahead and held the power button to turn it off and to deal with it later. I know this SSD with have bottleneck issues with this MBP since it is not SATA 3, but the price was too good to pass up along with Intel's reputation and the 5 year warranty. Anyone else with issues?