Hi, I'm currently running a Late 2006 MBP 2.13 and am seriously considering upgrading to SSD from my current 200GB 7200rpm Hitachi HDD. I may upgrade to the latest MBP when they are finally released. If so, I would transfer the SSD over to the may-soon-to-be MBP System Profiler indicates that my MBP's SATA interface is 1.5 (Sata I) and I'm assuming I would not get the full benefit of a SSD unless it has a SATA II interface. The following are the SSD's I'm interested in (prices in NZD): 1) Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 256GB - $1,400 2) Corsair Extreme Series x256 256GB - $1,255 3) OCZ Vertex Series 250GB - $1,308 4) Intel x25-M G2 160GB - $786 5) Intel x25-M 160GB - 1,198 Preferably, I would want to get a SSD around 250GB. 160GB would be really tight. 1) The only reason why I'm considering Intel is their SSDs seem to be the most popular. Is there any particular reason for that? 2) I read that OCZ had some firmware issues would it be safe to get one now? 3) I've used an MBA with a stock SSD and loved the performance. Could I expect the same performance in application in boot and application launch times? Is the SATA I interface of my MBP going to be a serious bottleneck? 4) Most importantly (I probably should have asked this first) would these drives be compatible with my SATA I interface? And are there compatibility issues with SSDs and SATA I in general? Thank you for your time.