Pros Fast and "cheap"
Cons Unstable as hell. Maybe ok for a gaming computer, but not for a serious work
Summary Its an untested product, with a defective sandforce chipset. Completely unstable, or well, the word is maybe unpredictable. Agility 3 SSD (I have 2 bought with 6 months difference, and I have tested them like in 6 computers with several OS's, and the problems are the same) makes system spikes of about 1 minute (it hang the computer for 1 minute), and from time to time (usually much time... from 1 day to 20 days) it makes a BSOD. If the SSD has an old firmware, you have to turn off (power cycle) completely the computer to the bios to recognize the SSD again.
Pros Fast for the money, but if it goes offline when working you have to reboot / start over, so slower in the long run.
Cons Unreliable, even after flashing it still drops offline continually.
Summary Buy another SSD, don't waste your time/money on this model.
Pros Zero. None. Nada.
Cons Spinning beach balls of death galore. Cannot flash in OS X. Cannot flash in Ubuntu following OCZ directions. Cannot flash from OCZ custom startup .iso image. OCZ support contains varied, incomplete, and confusing directions -- and suggested I boot a
Summary More trouble than it's worth, sadly. I had a good experience with an Agility 2 that I gave away when the Agility 3 came (alas, too soon...).Part of the "Cons" section was cut off -- but the info that is there suffices.
Updated on Aug 18, 2011
Updated on Aug 18, 2011I returned mine to the seller for a refund after a full day-and-a-half (and many support emails) of fruitless attempts to get it to work. It never began to approach the speed of any standard hard drive I've had.