That's what I picked for the system drive in my recent build. No problems with it whatsoever, and performance
is pretty much as advertised
Couple of points: first, make sure you have the latest firmware installed. The included "Magician" software can do that, or you can do it the old-fashioned by booting from a USB stick with the software on Samsung's (now Seagate's) site. Either way, there's one oddity I noticed: the version number on the firmware won't change until you do a full reboot, so initially it'll look like the update didn't take.
The other thing I did was size the active partition a little smaller than the full size of the drive, leaving some empty blocks for the controller to use for wear levelling. The "Magician" software makes this easy as well (and it suggests about 10% slack, which seems about right). Unlike updating the firmware, this isn't absolutely necessary (unless your usage involves an incredibly high number of writes, particularly for system/program drive, the drive will probably be replaced by something bigger and cheaper before it reaches the end of its useful life) but I'm just cautious like that. (Since I'm not installing games, I still have ~50% free space, so it's not like I miss the capacity)