Intel just released its X25-V Series with the godly 34nm x25-m series are carrying. The V just so happens to mean Value, they start a very low price and they go upto 40GB. So if your looking to outfit your alienware m11x with an intel ssd but couldnt afford it heres your chance
P.S - im not an intel sales rep.. just thought i should let the alienware community whos helped me alot know such a product.
X25-V is actually pretty gimped. With half the NAND chips of a 80GB, it's only half the speed. It's better than HDD for a lot of tasks, but not all, and definitely not the slam dunk that the X25-Ms are.
OCZ actually started releasing the 96GB version of their drives, which is a fantastic balance between the low capacity problem of 60GB drives, and the price premium of 120GB drives. 96GB is more than enough for your OS, apps, and several games.