A while ago, there was a Hong Kong serial drama called "Links to Temptation". Frankly, it has one of the worst storylines I have ever seen. It begins with a barrister who travels to Macau with his family, and encounters a pole dancer of whom he falls madly in love with at first sight. After the barrister returns to Hong Kong and can't get the girl out of his mind, he meets her again, who is now a telecom representative selling high speed internet on the streets. As it turns out, she is controlled by another lady who is using her to plot revenge against her biological father, because he abandoned her and her mom when she was young. After twenty episodes of "what-the-fudge" plot development (Feel free to read the summary on Wikipedia), an appalling amount of things in the story that made absolutely no sense, along with the fact that every character's profession had absolutely no significance in the story, you may be wondering: Why did I even watch this crap in the first place? Well, for me, the answer is simple: Because Fala Chen is the main female character. Clearly, a good plot is not always an essential ingredient in the recipe for success, but a poor cast even with a good plot is pretty much a predestined failure. This is especially true in the SSD market. Slap on a SandForce SF-2281 controller, and awesomeness is just a part of the package. Replace it with something else? Okay, now we got issues, because unless there is something faster, everyone else is going to run circles around you. For this reason, every manufacturer is adamant about using anything other than the SF-2281 in their flagship product... until OCZ came along with the Vertex 4. Powered by the Indilinx Everest 2, is this a bold move for breakthrough success, or a combination for trouble? We got the answers in our review today.
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