Are SSD's ready for prime-time? I'm talking about out of the datacenter and into mom'n'pops internet cruiser. It is here that these drives need to be fuss-free and set'n'forget. In a datacenter you can have geeks running diagnostics day in and day out on company paid time. Hot swapping them.. All that good stuff that hobbyist can handle too. But, at home, these drives need to be self sufficient and trouble-free. In 2008 and 2009 I kept hearing stories about when they blow up they take all your data with them, and they BSOD unexpectedly and that's it. They cost like $1000 for a 128GB drive and all that stuff. So, who here was an early adopter and can comment on the new ones? Are they mainstream ready? Or should I give the mfg's another year of beta-testing?