I've been using a OWC Aura Pro 480GB SSD for my Macbook Air 2012 for the past 3 years. Towards the end of July, my macbook would not boot and I would get a folder with a question mark. I visited my local Apple Genius. Apple was back logged, so they couldn't diagnosis the problem immediately and needed a week with the laptop. Apple concluded its the SSD and nothing else causing the problem. I contacted OWC Warranty (3-Year Warranty) and they say I'm FIVE DAYS outside of the warranty period. I even provided them the Apple repair receipt indicating the problem was occurring weeks prior! I asked for an exception and they refused. WOW, they won't even diagnosis it for free. FIVE DAYS!! Yes, company policies have to draw a hard line at certain dates.. but (I'm assuming) a bigger brand SSD (i.e. Samsung, Toshiba) would more than willing to make an exception. Especially when the SSD was $350+ when I bought it. Anyone have similar experience with OWC, because if this is common, I don't recommend anyone buying from OWC.