Is there any notion that this is a Crucial-specific problem? Or is it perhaps endemic to all ssds using either the Micron NAND chips or the Marvell 9174 controller or both? I think the Intel 510 series use both, and several others including the Plextor M2 and M3 series use a slightly different version of the Marvell 9174 (although Plextor uses Toshiba NAND chips).
Is there any more info regarding the actual source of the problem?
Let's see. The Marvell based Crucials have problems, the Sandforce based OCZ have problems. I guess that leaves Samsungs.
If you need a 64gb, Newegg has the Samsung 830 series right now for $99.