I asked this previously in comments on SSD reviews but there were no answers. Currently Sandforce based SSD gives us the best performance. A massive jump in Read / Write IOPS and Transfer Rate. As we move to next gen with SATA 3.0 should be able to double those performance numbers. However, we have simply nailed the major bottleneck in our PC system in less then 3 years time. While from HDD to Sandforce SSD feels like you brought a brand new computer, moving from Sandforce SSD to say a RevoDrive, most of the review concentrate on numbers, but there were no mention of actual perception of speed. Do we need even faster SSD? Will we see / feels the different? Are we now being bottlenecked by OS which has been programmed with slow moving HDD in mind for the past decades? What applications needs a 1GB + /s Read Write Transfer? Where do we see benefits drop off for consumers in terms of IOPS? Will Response time be more important in the future for SSD then Transfer rate?