The Kingston website form required a part number which i didn´t have at hand (its inside the case, afterall) so i got a nice email from Kingston support asking if i had questions. Here was the questions i asked with the answers i received:
If they don't offer TRIM support in the future, this SSD is doomed. Well ok not that bad really, but its not what i expected. So i'd say don't buy this Kingston SSD, for answer #1 alone. The fact that they don't clarify "what" makes the drive better as its their primary sales argument doesn't make things better.
I want to check out the Intel utility though, so if anyone could pass me the HDDErase tool they bundle with their solid state disks its much appreciated!
Update 20091101: Intel released a firmware update for its SSD line, now suppors TRIM and improved random access speed. Due to it bricking some SSDs' they've withdrawn, but that'll be a matter of time.