Starting to look at SSDs for my MBP. I have searched threads, so don't flame me; my question is a bit different, IMO. I'm confused about whether to choose based on controllers. Seems like Crucial is a good balance of price/performance and reliability. OCZ and OWC seem to use SandForce, which Anand and others say is the performance winner--but somewhat proprietary in its design. But they're expensive Intel has its 320-series drive, and they have a 300 GB device, which sounds great but with its own controller and supposedly lower performance. For an average user, does it matter? Is there wisdom in picking any device so long as it has brand X controller? Do any of these controllers handle TRIM or garbage collection better (natively?) All things being equal, I like the idea of the 300GB Intel, am more confused the more I read.