there are quite a few threads on SSD's and wanted to better understand the actual slowdown when SSD drives are full or near full. When we hear that the SSD's slow down, it is to the point that it is much slower than the 5400RPM drives in the laptops now or is it a slowdown like 50% of what the SSD was when new, with space? I ask this question because there seems to be three main issues with SSD's; price/GB, total size and this slowdown when full (lets not get into TRIM and all that jazz just yet). Just wanted to get some insight from some of you who have say Gen 1 X25 or have OCZ Agility, Summit or some of the other drives (even the Samsung Apple provides). I mean if the slowest SSD is still 50% faster than a 5400RPM HDD, some people will actually go for that at a low pricepoint. Thoughts?