If you have a SSD for booting and just want a file storage drive, going with a regular drive is generally best.
The reason being, most personal files(movies/music/docs) do not need a blazing fast drive to work well.
The acceleration offered by the hybrid drive will also only work for your most accessed files. I don't know about you, but I push past lots of files on my personal file drive, so it would have a hard time deciding what to put on the ssd portion for me.
Yeah, it has 8GB of SSD so not sure how that would be utilized on my system. Doesn't Windows7 64-bit take about 30GB? The other big piece of software I use is Adobe Lightroom3. Maybe I'll just keep the Crucial and stay on the hunt for "reasonably priced" HDDs for storage.