And some people don't need lots of storage, not many people run home SQL servers and only have a few games.
As for the limited irritability, please stop spreading that myth, you'd need to write constantly for 5-6 years to have any chance of ruining the drive from that, most (Not all though) HDDs die before then.
There is no myth - an SSD is clobbered after 10,000 write cycles - therefore many applications can push it over the edge quickly. Windows can probably easily clobber it inside of a few months, just from VM. SQL is common enough these days - but games, talk about walloping a drive, because many games are extremely tough on drives, especially with the need for VM hits.
Until they migrate from NAND Flash, which is write and capacity limited - SSD will never be the achiever that most people will be able to use in a stable manner as a main storage drive.