I got my Micron 1100 2 TB SSD from them. Zero complaints about the transaction. I'd trust them about as much as any other online vendor that isn't Amazon.
I bought my first Micron 1100 2TB from them too, via Platinum Micro. It was on a 15% off sale for like $248. Then last October Newegg had a 15% off everything sale, and I picked up a second one for $212.50 via Deus PC!
I looked at Rakuten today when I saw this post and saw that they are having a 15% off sale today(and maybe tomorrow too), so the Micron 1100 2TB is available from Platinum Micro for $237. Also, the supply of Micron 1100s is finally drying up, since Platinum Micro lists only 5 left, and the other seller has like 10. I would have bought a third one today, but I just can't afford it. ;-( Just in case you didn't know, this is an OEM model that for reasons unknown to me had a large number of drives dumped into the retail channel. It is the OEM version of the Crucial MX300 and is no longer being made. So once they are all sold, that's it. It's not quite as tragic now that NAND prices have been falling the last few months, making other brands drives more affordable than they used to be. But I am wary of the "lesser" brands like Adata, Team Group, Silicon Power, etc. I like to stick to Samsung and Micron/Crucial. Oh, and hopefully you also knew before buying that these Micron 1100 2TB drives don't have a Micron warranty, which for all practical purposes means they have no warranty at all. While I would of course like to have a warranty, I have enough faith in these drives to buy them w/o one.