So I just noticed a pretty awesome sale at OWC for a Toshiba SSD for $280 http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Toshiba/HNSNC512GBSJ/ I have a 2011 13" MBP, 2.7GHz and I've noticed the whole system takes a hit when I stream flash video to an external display. Scrolling becomes choppy, and I've noticed my I/O spikes to around ~100 IOPS. I'm wondering if an SSD will alleviate this choppiness or if it's the integrated card that's causing this. Also, I realize Crucial and Samsung sell better SSD options, but $280 for official TRIM support is hard to beat and my last MB died after 4 years and with this one approaching the 2 year mark, it seems like long term performance won't be as much as an issue. Especially since this probably won't be able to go into the next MBP. Also, can anyone speak on the reliability of this drive? Should it make it another 2 years? Any thoughts are appreciated.