Vendor: http://www.maxupgrades.com/istore/ Product Link: http://www.maxupgrades.com/istore/index.cfm?fuseaction=Product.display&product_id=186 Price: $73.75 as of this writing. Total shipped was: $80.25 Service, Shipping: Ordered: March 24 Shipped: March 25 Delivered: March 29 Shipped USPS Priority. I got an email notification. Packaging was alright, basically a bunch of static + plastic bags containing the various parts. What you get: Metal mounting unit SATA connector board Various screwdrivers (philips, torx, flathead) Nylon pry tools Allen keys (2, small, large) Screws for mounting (drive to unit, board to unit, unit to MBP) Build Quality: It is a solid unit, has a nice heft but is still fairly light. The SATA connector board is not attached. It is in a static bag and must be fitted to the unit. I appreciate the black finish over the OWC version. My unit did not have any nicks or scratches. Assembly: This is where things became, frustrating. The fitment of the board was... less than precise. If you look at the OWC video, the board is mounted and then you fit the drive. I initially tried it this way before watching the video, but the fit was too tight for the drive connector to fit into the female connection. I took out the board, connected it to the drive and tried to mount the whole assembly. Screw holes were misaligned. I almost want to chock this up to the Apple SSD (it seems a little chunky). Eventually, with enough work, everything fits and I don't see any strain on the drive connection. They could definitely stand to make some improvements in the fitment arena. Once that is in, the drive is secured with two hex screws on the side. Installation: This was installed into a 2011 15" MacBook Pro. Once assembled, getting it in was a breeze. I used the stock screws to mount the unit back in. It ships with some other screws, but I used the stock ones. Performance: The drive negotiates at 3 Gigabits as expected. I get the performance expected from the Apple SSD (~200MB/s read or write). Rating: This is a good piece of kit. I purchased this one mainly because the lead time on the OWC model was quite high (25 days when I ordered, 3 days as of this writing). If the OWC model does not have the fitment issues that the MaxUpgrades unit does, I would definitely choose the OWC version. Photos: I didn't get too crazy with these, just a few shots. Questions? Feel free to ask any questions.