OCZ closed that thread on their forums that was linked in your last blog post
I was going to see if the Storage Review thread was linked there yet.
They closed some threads temporarily claiming competitors were linking to them to scare away customers. I think all the threads are open now.
They have an exchange program for drives with the OCZSSD2‐2VTXE60G and OCZSSD2‐2VTXE120G part numbers (you can get a 34nm drive in exchange for your 25nm drive) but there are people all over the web saying they have bought drives that don't have the E in the part number but they are still 25nm versions and since they supposedly aren't E versions they are getting the run around on trying to exchange/return them.
Easy way around it is to not buy a Sandforce based drive unless you have enough money to buy a 160GB or larger drive. I always thought the "extended capacity" versions were a marketing mistake anyway. OCZ has way to many model numbers in their SSD lines and a few too many SSD lines on top of that. You'd think they were in a race with Kingston to see who can confuse their customers more.
The 60, 90, and 120GB versions have a "E version" but the only the 60 and 120 overlap with the 34nm versions.
And that's just the Vertex 2 series (17 capacities) then you also have
Vertex 2 Pro series - 4 capacities
Vertex 2 EX series - 3 capacities
Agility 2 series - 14 capacities
Vertex series - 5 capacities
Onyx series - 3 capacities
and that's just the 2.5" series list. With more drives at 3.5" and 1.8" with more variations to list.
and that's just the SATA products. With more drives in the PCIe and USB categories.
and that's just the current list, I'm not including the discontinued products.