The price is impressive - $600 for a 900Gb SSD. That's relatively impressive.
We're reaching a point where Large Storage Capacity begs for A Lot Of Data - it's no longer just a Boot Drive Plus \Program Files. But obviously still not much volatile data. I could rip 10 DVDs a day onto it, use DVD SHRINK on those and easily surpass the Endurance Target.
The target use for this larger capacity begs interest. I am loathe to consider RAID0 for anything - until now.
Have a smaller SSD for a boot-drive and Program Files...
Then create some RAID0 Volume out of 2-or-more of these for my Work-Data. This should split the endurance demands for any one drive across two or more.
I'd still need Real Storage somewhere in that system to do long-term SAVEs, but, so? That's why God invented 4Tb RAID5s (I understand Gore and Boenhead stopped arguing about THAT).
By having these 1Tb SSDs consuming replaceable data constantly, then their volatility (IF they are indeed less reliable) is minimized. "Drive D no longer available? Oh well - here's a couple of more to start a new workday."
I think the uses for these drives is now changing with capacity increases. Avoid anything that might be semi-permanent storage - no programs to reload, no settings to maintain - just temp files, page files and every file I edit repeatedly, then save those off to a Master Storage Drive.