Everyone has their own preference/opinion, the OCZ has had mention of several issues, my concern is how OCZ handles them.
There a lot of people that don't have issues but, as mentioned, seems to be more with Asus motherboards.
Their published speed numbers are for best case scenario of highly compressible data, real life numbers aren't as high.
Depending on usage, 'Lifetime throttling' may slow down the write speed, but that is only if a very high amount of writes are done.
I use Intel, mainly for the purported stability and reliability, all pretty much not confirmed yet as it will take more time to be confirmed.
I would recommend the Crucial M4, good solid SSD, the new version of the C300.
A new firmware is reported to increase an already good overall performance by as much as 20%.
If the prices are similar, go with the M4.
Just a little information, there is an ongoing endurance test.
SSD Write Endurance 25nm Vs 34nm
The M4 reported write speed is second only to the Samsung 470.
Read speed is more important, as is the access time.