said by andyb:Not bad, but not great -- right now the cutting edge price points on SSD's is 50c/GB -- I've seen several 240GB units around $129.99 on sale with just a few at $119.99 (usually with a mail in rebate). I've seen quite a few of the 120GB for $69.99, with a few on sale at $59.99 (again usually with mail-in rebate).
Dunno how these drives are but on sale for $80
Kingston V+200 KR-S3020-3H 120GB Internal Solid State Drive - 2.5" Form Factor, SATA III, 6Gb/s, RAISE, DuraWrite, DuraClass Technology
I'm waiting for a 240GB SSD at $119.99 "no rebate needed" to install in my network services box, to cut down on power usage.. Currently it provides DNS, DHCP, Sendmail, IMAP, Asterisk Phone server, WebDAV server, etc - but no reason to have a hard drive spinning all the time. I thought about moving it over to a RaspPi running on an SDHC card, but I need a little more CPU power (running on a core 2 duo w/ 4GB ram - and that's pretty snappy).