That's a fairly high amount of write churn a day. I think SSD's have gotten to a point where they're as reliable as HDD's considering manufacturing tolerences and what not. With your use-case scenario, it probably wouldn't be a good idea to go with a low capacity/cheap SSD, since going by Anandtech's review of the Samsung 840 EVO, @100GB writes a day, lower capacities would die out before you'd realistically replace the computer (4 years). Of course the caveat is that Samsung uses TLC, which people have knocked for enduance (however fairly or not), so the assumption is that if you're using decent SSD's with MLC (newer Intel, Crucial, Samsung 840 Pro's), they would likely last you as long as a HDD (or at least an upgrade cycle or two).
Regardless, it's hard to say anecdotally, unless it's so massive as to be a joke unto itself (OCZ Vertex, Sandforce etc.). If you look at some of the HDD's, it hasn't been a field of daisies either (earlier Seagate offerings, Maxtor before they were bought out, etc.)