I'm looking for an SSD for my new Macbook Pro 2011. I need decent space and specially no problems, as this is my work computer. So i think i should go after old generation SSD (SATA 2) instead of the new and less tested (SATA 3). I'll lose speed, but the improvement over the default 5400rpm should be good enough, and after reading the forums, i should have less problems with the SATA 2 drives. Here are the options i have found (in Spain where i live) Intel® 320series 2,5" SSD 160 GB --> 221 OCZ Vertex2 E 2,5" SSD 240 GB --> 270 Crucial RealSSD M4 2,5" SSD 256 GB --> 326 Samsung 470series 2,5" 256 GB --> 350 I'm thinking about buying the OCZ, good price and size. I know the Intel might be more reliable, but 160Gb is not enough. Also the OCZ has good garbage collection, so i won't probably need to use the trim enabled hack if Lion finally doesn't offer trim for non Apple drives. What is your opinion? Thanks in advance!