I haven't checked SSD pricing in a few months, but the prices just keep falling. It is almost alarming how the Samsung 850 series--which uses relatively new 3-D NAND technology--is not able to maintain much of a price premium over budget Micron BX-100 series SSDs, as seen on Amazon's web site.
This article is a couple years old, but the prediction seems to be right on target.http://www.tweaktown.com/news/42280/experts-claim-ssds-price-hdds-2016-beyond/index.html
Now is as good of a time as any to buy a SSD, or wait if you don't need storage now. I am excited at the thought of being able to purchase a 1TB SSD for $100 or less, in less than a year. I think I'll start planning for a new computer as SSD prices continue to plummet. Anyone else looking forward to blazing fast mass-storage and ditching the old hard drive, even for storing large quantities of low-performance data?