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I have two EeePCs running Linux on SSDs, a 701 with a 2gb SSD and a 901 with a 4gb primary and 16gb secondary SSD. They are not the best SSDs, write speed is kinda bad. They are certainly still usable if you work around the limitations, they run quieter, cooler and draw less power, so I think it is a pretty good trade off.
I could upgrade to some much faster ones with more capacity, but I haven't seen the need yet.
I also have 2 SSD drives, one is the new intel fast drive, it does make a difference, no noise and chatter of moving heads.. yes, the write speed is kind of crummy, but for the most part, they're ok, kind of pricey, but ok