The Washington Post recently published a guide to upgrading a laptop with an SSD.
However, upgrading to a solid-state drive isn't as easy as buying a drive and throwing it in your PC. Here are a few tips for picking out the right model, making sure that it will work with your setup, carefully cloning your old drive, and keeping the install process clean and painless. (Don't forget to read "How to Switch to a Solid-State Drive" for more advice.)
I haven't found anything wrong with it. How 'bout you guys, anything to nitpick?