So, I'm planning on purchasing my first SSD and have pretty much narrowed it down to 3 choices based on the research I've done and the friendly advice I've received from users on other forums. My planned usage is for a fresh Win 7 (64x) install, a few games, and perhaps a few apps (though nothing too major or large). I have around 3tb of mechanical HDD storage space, so I'll continue to use them for video, music, documents etc... My budget is around $100-$110, though I'm willing to go a bit above if it's worth the premium. The main features I'm looking for are reliability, customer service, and speed; in that order. I know that in this price range, most of the drives will essentially perform relatively similar in terms of real-world performance so my main concern is having a drive that will last me at least a few years. Here are the 3 drives I'm considering (prices are from Newegg): Samsung 840- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820147188 ($99) Crucial M4 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148442 ($110) OCZ Vertex 4- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227791 ($120) While I'm open to any vendor, I do have a $15 Newegg gift card so I'm going to factor that in when looking at prices elsewhere. Any opinions/advice/input is sincerely appreciated. Thanks very much, in advance.