So, I've been reading up a lot on SSD's over the last six months - probably into the hundreds of hours (I run an online shop, so much of it was in order to give clients the right advice). One interesting thing I've noted: Every 'windows' review of the JMicron drives from a source I trust (anandtech, pc perspective, bit-tech, etc) have said that it should be avoided due to the stuttering issue. And everything I've seen posted on the forums reinforces this.... under windows. Sure, I've seen tons of posters saying to avoid the JMicron drives on a mac, and then linking to the common reviews. However, I've yet to find a single poster claiming to have major stuttering issues in OS X (I'm not too interested in VM's) themselves. Hence the post! I've been playing around with a 128gb Mushkin SSD in my Unibody MB (2.0ghz), and thus far have not experienced any stuttering, and significantly improved performance over a 7200RPM drive. Now, obviously it's nowhere near the Intel or the OCZ Vertex - but, considering the price, I think that the JMicron drives might be an awesome option for the 'budget orientated' SSD-desiring macbook owner. Be honest, and only vote if you have a drive using a JMicron controller (either single or in Raid) - ie, don't post if you have a drive with a Samsung, Indilinx (OCZ Vertex), or Intel controller.