In the meantime, the new PCI-e 3.0 standard was officially adopted last year. The implications are enormous. Motherboard manufacturers ASRock, Asus, and MSI have already announced new motherboards with PCI-e 3.0 support. AMD and nVidia are working on new PCI-e 3.0 graphics cards. Several ssd manufacturers have also announced their support for the new standard. I have not seen any announcements but I expect to see new RAID cards too.
They only give a 2 year warranty for European customers, 1 year for everyone else.
Not a chance in hell I would give a new company that originally focused on a distro of Linux a shot in the hardware market with such a bad warranty
Just installed the lite version in Mac Pro, easy setup, temporarily using it with 4 x 64GB M4, will probably move to SF SSD's later.
Great way to get a fast scratch disk for projects with minimal hassles, multiple OS booting is the icing on the cake if you need that too :-)