Hi, im planning to upgrade my apple system, imac and mb air. now i have imac 27 retina (previous model) with T1 ports and a mb air. i use a samsung ssd in a seagate TB1 enclosure as the primary hdd as i can switch any time from imac to air. now im planning to get the latest imac and a macbook 12" both with T3. i was planning to get a high-end T3 pci-e ssd like the sonnentech or the owc, but both brands are ridicolous. its impossible to find those ssd's! in fact there are more T3 ssd's (pcie of course) but ALL, and i mean ALL, are only articles on websites. so ive decided to get the samsung t3 (and this time i mean the model name, NOT thunderbolt 3!). good "scam" from samsung calling an ssd in this way. i thought t3 stays for thunderbolt3, then ive read all specs that theres nowhere a word like "thunderbolt" but its only usb 3.1 type-c, that shares same connector. now, i dont care about speed because both my actual, and the new ssd will be sata, so it doesnt matter if its 10gbps or 5bps (the samsung its 3.1 gen1). my question is if usb 3.1 is stable and reliable like t1, considering ill be use it as primary hdd. please let me decide. thanks PS: please dont ask why im using an external ssd as primary hdd, because there are ****** solution like cloud, or others. my question isnt this. thanks!