Anyone read it yet? http://www.engadget.com/2011/02/27/oczs-consumer-grade-vertex-3-ssd-gets-benched-sandforce-sf-228/ It includes several review from some reputable websites. All in all, around 550mb/s read/write speed is impressive. However, as said in the article, SATA3 and Sandbridge is a must to utilize the performance. I would like to ask, I just ordered the new 15" macbook pro with the $90 upgrade to 128gb SSD. My thought is to use that SSD, and wait until the new generation SSD comes out (like the Vertex 3). Then I would put the current 128gb SSD into the optical drive, as I heard that the optical drive is SATA 2. The I would buy a new generation SSD and throw it into the main drive (I heard is SATA 3). Is it possible to run like this? Thanks for any input. I appreciate it.