Crucial brought me by to their meeting room for sit down discussion about some of their new products. From the entry level memory to the RAM for your next dream build they have it all. Also introduced was a RAM Cache SSD. Read on to see if these will tickle your fancy.
For a consumer grade system, Im not sure that a hybrid makes a whole lot of sense, unless there is a price break somewhere between the cost of an SSD and the cost of an HDD. Seems to me like a hybrid drive like this would be like mid-level in performance, where you get the best from an SSD. Except in setups where there's a lot of I/O going on (database servers, massive program recompiles, render farms), then it would seem to me that a high performance sata drive (or even better, serial scsi, would be a preferred choice.