It's an Intel. Which means it is better supported, less flaky, etc than other companies. And it works well, but it doesn't push the envelope of performance, and in fact Intel's low-end SSDs seem to have their performance crippled to promote Intel's more expensive ones. Of course, some of the other manufacturers have put out SSDs that performed well in benchmarks, but terribly in actual use.
Myself, I like Intel, but a large part of that is due to their Linux support. If I was a Windows user, I'd be more likely to consider OCZ.