Yeah, that didn't last long at all. Amazon has raised their price up to $144.64 after rebate, and Newegg moved their price up to $139.99 after rebate. So basically 40% more expensive than it was at the beginning of the day. It's still a reasonably good price, but for a little more you could get a better-performing Agility or Vertex drive.
I found this little blurb
from Anand. Doesn't say much other than this is an Indilinx-based drive that uses Intel flash. Prima facie I would think this is a good thing, as at least we know the flash will be of decent quality. Then again, who knows if there are any incompatibilities between the Indilinx controller and the Intel flash.
Last note: so I was looking up OCZ's SSD lineup to determine why exactly this SSD was so cheap. Turns out that the fastest MLC-based Indilinx SSD can do up to 3500 IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second). This is the Vertex drive. This one seems to be limited to about 2000 IOPS. This really shouldn't be too much of a limiting factor in normal use, but rediculously heavy multitasking situations may suffer. For $100 though, it was a no-brainer. For reference, Intel's controller is said to be able to do about 6600 IOPS, and the SandForce controller can purportedly do anywhere from 10000-50000(!) IOPS. Of course, real-world IOPS seems to be much lower, usually around 1000 IOPS as reported by Anand