I'm buying a new Macbook Pro. I want to mount a ssd disk "aftermarket" (I mean to buy a ssd after the MBP an install it myself). I'm aware of the performance degradation problem and the absence of TRIM under MacOS. I also know the way to recover performance wiping out the unit (with Carbon Copy Cloner and a usb disk there is no problem). I'm between two disks: - Intel G2 160GB -> 430 = 580$ - Corsair F200 200GB -> 680 = 920$ The Corsair has the new SF-1200 controller and, Intel, well his own (very good and compatible with Mac). The SF it is supposed to be better and has 40gb more space. But it's also expensive, and I don't know if it's compatible with the MacBook Pro I don't if the new Macbook has a new SATA controller and how it works with SSDs. Any experiences/suggestions?