Hi guys, I'm thinking about upgrading my MacBook Pro with an SSD drive. So far I didn't come up with any particular drive that doesn't cause problems, so I thought I'd ask for help here. My options are: Samsung 830 Series 256GB Intel SSD/330 MLC 240GB OCZ Vertex 4 256GB My machine is: MacBook Pro 8,1 (Early 2011), i5 2.3GHz, upped to 8GB RAM (don't know RAM model unfortunately, as it was fitted by Apple dealer I bought the machine from). Currently running 10.6.8 but I'm planning to go with 10.8 once (if) I upgrade the drive. I've read a few dozens of threads and posts here and there about problems with SSD drives in Macs and to be honest I'm kinda sad now. What I need is reliability and data security. I'm a dev (Web for money, Mac/iOS for fun) so I depend on FileVault and need to be sure I won't run into any issues like my Mac randomly freezing, not waking up from sleep or losing data without any apparent reason. The performance boost is a nice feature (not that I'm complaining about performance of my Mac) but the main reason I started to think about SSD is the "no moving parts" thing. I've seen my share of failing HDs and each time my Mac lags for even a second or comes up with a beachball I'm all like "crap, the drive dies" . Hope you guys provide me with some valuable insight into the topic and help to choose the best option. Thanks in advance.