It is a good price, but in the grand scheme of things, the speed improvements are not practically relevant. Jumping from spinning hard drives to SATA SSD's was a HUGE LEAP in performance. Going from the fastest SATA SSD's to PCIe/NVMe SSD's was a much smaller deal. I could barely tell the difference going from my old 512GB SATA Samsung 850 Pro to my 400GB PCIe NVMe Intel 750. Sure it benched much higher, but in boot and load times? Meh, it was an unremarkable change, nothing like that first amazing leap from hard drives to SATA SSD's. A handful of percent difference between fast TLC NVMe drives like these is likely not even noticeable outside of benchmarks, and they will still fall down in an extended write scenario when the write buffer runs out, as compared to an MLC drive. If you don't already have an NVMe boot drive on your desktop or need a larger one, these are a great buy (provided long term reliability holds up) but for anything involving heavy writes (cache disk, scratch disk, etc.) you'll definitely want MLC.