I still question whether the fault is with SF or with OCZ specifically.
All other SF2281 drives have high marks for reliability, OCZ has failure rates far exceeding all other SF2281 mfgrs.
Browsing through newegg reviews, most of the other SF2281 drives are 4-5 stars without many reports of incidents while the OCZ's are full of horror stories.
Look at it like this though. All the people who have the other drives describe the problem exactly as the OCZ customer's do. Everything freezes, you can move the mouse only for 30-60 second then bang, bsod. Upon restart, the drive is not seen in bios. The computer has to be shut off then restarted to get the drive to unlock.
OCZ supposedly has the highest hardware ssd failure fate though.