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Pros: When the SSD was working it was fast. Loaded Windows much faster than a HD @ 7200RPM.
It slid into place and worked like a charm (at first) in my Dell M6400.
Cons: It died on me about 7 days after getting it installed. I contacted SuperTalent and they told me to contact NewEgg. Luckily it was within the 30 day return policy so I wasn't out $600+. NewEgg took the drive back and issued me a refund because they didn't have one in stock. So, I'm going back to a mechanical HD. In my experience, I've found Western Digital drives (external and internal) to be the most reliable.
Frankly, $600+ is way too much money to spend on a hard drive and have it completely die several days after install.
Other Thoughts: If you're working with information you can't afford to lose, or don't have time to deal with having to return this product (the return process took roughly 7 days), you should seriously reconsider purchasing this item.
If, on the other hand, you're looking for the latest and greatest technology, and have time to deal with malfunctions, then you'd probably be happy with the drive.