Pros: Speeds are great, around 250MB/s on SATA II, 500MB/s on SATA III, price was great when I paid for it back in Oct.
Cons: Small on space
I also ordered another one of these for our IT manager when I built his computer not that long ago and he's impressed as he didn't even know what a SSD was when I asked him if he wanted one (ironic, I know.) He's running it on SATA III so he's getting the full potential of the drive. Outlook took a while to load on his old XP machine, but now it loads within a fraction of a second. His was updated with the newest firmware when I installed it so I didn't have to do anything with that. He shouldn't run into any space constraints as he only has about 5GB worth of docs and stuff and only needs a few programs. Also has his old 500GB WD Caviar Green drive for more storage if needed
I do have to say with mine, I am running into space constraints. I wished I would of waited until a 120GB went on sale on NewEgg, but I had the money then and this is what I got and paid for on Amazon. For some reason I had in the back of my mind that I could RAID 2 - 60GB drives, but after reading what happens when you RAID current SSDs, the results are usually poor.