I own a Macbook (End 2008, MacBook5,1) and after I updated from Snow Leopard to Lion my System getting slower and slower. Thats why I wanted to replace my old HDD with a fancy new SSD disk. I bought a OCZ-AGILITY3 (Firmware 2.13) SSD Disk.
I created a OSX Lion Boot DVD (re-downloaded it from the App Store) to reinstall OSX.
After swapping the disks I pressed the d key to boot from DVD. 25 Minutes later my OSX Lion was reinstalled, time to do some tweaks to optimize OSX for SSD drivers.
I installed some tools and noticed that the system was faster, but not THAT faster. In the System information view I saw that the negotiated SATA Link Speed was only 1.5Gbps (SATA1), however my NVidia MCP79 Controller should support 3Gbps (SATA2). After some research I found the solution for the SATA 1.5 Link issue in a OCZ support forum. I downloaded an ISO image from Rapidshare (!!) and patched my SSD drive. The result was very impressive! My boot time is less than 15s and man, I never saw the Eclipse IDE start so fast.
I used XBench to create some Benchmarks. I created some benchmark with 1.5Gbps link (blue) and with the 3.0Gbps link (red), see yourself.