Traditional SSDs seem to have stabilized at up to ~200 mb/s read and ~150 mb/s write.
The OCZ Revodrives (PCIe solid state hard drives) are now in the $200 for 50gb of disk space (plenty for me, and I paid more than that for my first SSD back when they started pulling ahead of the platter drives), and are claiming 540 mb/s read | 450 mb/s write speeds.
Does anyone have experience with these? How do you find out if your mobo can boot from a PCIe slot? Can most of them, or should I be triple-checking BIOS/docs? Assuming you've got one set up, how does it compare to a regular SSD? Is it as big a leap in performance from a SATA SSD to a PCIe as it was from a 7200rpm to an SSD? Is it at least worth the money?