While there isn't a review of the 240GB specific model, when reviewing the other 330 models many of the benchmarks from performance tests ultimately went up as they went to a higher capacity drive. For example, the 180GB drive had better performance then the 120GB. So if this pattern were to hold true, the 240GB may end up having slighly better performance then the other 330 drives as it's higher capacity.
A general question about reviews of the 330 drives: Reading the reviews to date it doesn't sound like they will accurately reflect the performance on these drives for HTPC use. Most of their tests involve both reading video from the drive (when you're playing a movie) while simultaneously writing video data to the same drive (encoding a new movie). A lot of these complex scenarios where the queue is over 32 deep is where it slows down. However knowing that 240GB simply isn't large enough to house video collections in the HTPC space, this doesn't really mean anything. If all our video libraries are going to be on a larger conventional HDD, then you're primarily using the SSD for your OS and programs. In this situation, the load time for this drive is almost identical to the 520 or the Samsung 830, and all the read/write operations really wouldn't be happening on this drive anyway.
Specific reference from this article:
Looking specifically at performance there are a number of areas where the 330 Series does well in comparison to the high priced model, and other alternatives. Load times for example are close, as is raw speed. Generally the reduction in channels really only impacts a few scenearios, for example writing large amounts of uncompressible data (video) and so for most users the 330 Series will offer a good value alternative to more expensive Sandforce based drives.
So in all reality, while this particular devices speed may not be that of other drives, in real world performance that we would be seeing in most HTPC systems, these shortcomings wouldn't even impact us as the media wouldn't even reside on the SSD in the first place. Am I looking at this the right way?