I've got a 120 GB Corsair Force GT SSD (SATA III) in my gaming PC. It works very well.
I put a 120 GB Corsair Force SSD (SATA II) in my notebook. It made an amazing difference in performance compared to a 7200 rpm 2½" Seagate hard-drive.
I put a 120 GB Corsair Force SSD (SATA II) in my desktop PC. It bricked completely without warning after a few months of operation. Corsair gave me the runaround before finally agreeing to an RMA. They took much longer than promised to return the drive to me. The replacement drive that they sent me was defective.
My latest SSD purchase was a 128 GB Samsung 830.
i7-2600K, H70, P8P67-M Pro, 16 GiB, HD7950, SSD, 3 HD, Blu-ray, X-Fi Ti Pro, Antec P182, S75CF, 3007WFP+2001FP, RK-9000BR, MX518
i5-3570K, GeminII-S524, P8Z77-M Pro, 16 GiB, HD7770, SSD, 2 HD, Blu-ray, InifiniTV4, NSK2480, 55" TV; Asus UX32VD