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Pros: Worked for 2 years in an old PC. Corsair honored the RMA to replace the defective drive.
Cons: Doesn't work in new Haswell-based chipsets. This is due to a problem with the Sandforce SF-1000 series controllers used in many early SSDs, not just Corsair's. The SF-1000 series controllers weren't designed to proper SATA spec, and as a result cause intermittent drive recognition errors with modern motherboards (which more tightly regulate power to the drive).
Other Thoughts: Kudos to Corsair for owning up to the problem and replacing my drive with a newer one based on a different controller.
Boo to Sandforce for designing a faulty controller and doing nothing to fix / support it once the cat got out of the bag. Just say no to drives based on Sandforce controllers.