on topic with the thread, why would any1 use the jmicron sataIII controller for raid or at all.
on the sata SSD drives, ocz dose not make them, they do not design them, they do not make the firmware directly, they do not make controllers that have gone into any of the drives at the time and there is no RTM firmware when they launch the drives.
ocz gives awesome support for their drives and ssds are new, sure there were problem with the jmicron having no cash so it was not suited to mlc, then the indi drives they had used naya nand for a while and im not sure on the sandforce but they dont seam to die more than others (or i dont hear about them.) when ocz goes and puts in an order for the controller they want and what kind of nand its not like they have time to evaluate every batch of nand, they also cannot order bins as the chips are not binned, so its like going to frys and trying to pickup an overclocking kit but u cannot do anything but look at rev numbers or a corsair stick. the only company that makes their own is samsuing, and only crucial (as they are a subsidiary of micron) makes the nand for their drives.
SSDs are new and there is no OS that works right with mlc and an onboard controller or one without dedicated cash. i have had a core v2, an agility and an intel g2. the core v2 was crap as a boot drive but it worked great as a read only drive for core differential partitions for hyperV, then the agility was awesome but ive killed 3 of them, and then intel will shudder like the core v2 if u read and write to it at the same time.
so ocz replaces drives quickly, windows is not friendly and the competition has its own problems.