Did you the paper linked in that post? What they did was essentially testing how the drives would respond to 3000 power failures in a row. Seriously, three-freaking-key. If you really care about data integrity, one is too many (that's why you'll never see a server rack without a UPS standing next to it).
SSDs are the best thing that happened to personal computing since cheap RAM.
v5.0.5 Sandforce version made in Taiwan. This unit will always benchmark just finedramatic difference in performance between China or Taiwan-made models
So I wouldn't recommend Kingston. If you need something cheap and don't really care about write speed, go for Crucial M500.