Here it is. This is the "tipping point" for one of the two Solid State Drive formats to win over the other. This decision by Intel will move SSDs from niche products to mainstream ones and introduce price competition in a relatively short period of time.
It's not just prices dropping that we have to look forward to, but a steady increase in capacities, too. SSDs will grow larger, faster and in all probability more reliable in a hurry. What's not to like?