The 32GB model of Crucial SSD sells for $499 and the 64GB for $899. The 2.5" mounting kit and removable USB caddy is $29.00
Here is what comes in the caddy box.
A 2.5" 32GB SSD in the packaging.
The internal mounting kit will fit in a standard 3.5" drive bay. A 5.25" outer shell is included as well.
The rear end of the mounting kit. It uses standard SATA I/O cabling and uses a standard micro power connector for floppy type devices. Molex Y-splitters are included with the kit.
The caddy is small and is designed to slide into the drive bay, as well as hook up with as standard micro-USB cable as a regular USB storage device.
The removable caddy slides into the PC case mount.
Side profile view of caddy and mounting kit.
Caddy and Mounting kit, all cabled up with SSD.
The removable SSD mounted in the PC.
I also mounted twin SSD's internally with no mounting kit. These were cabled using standard SATA2 drive and power connections.
The SSD caddy removed from the PC and cabled via micro-USB connection to my laptop. The device consumes such a small amount of power that only the USB connection is necessary. No power bricks required.
Here's how the 3 SSD's show up in BIOS.
For the purposes of my SSD tests, I decided to build an SSD-only PC using Ubuntu 8.04 hardy heron. The SSDs are recognized just like 32GB hard disks, no other special software or procedures are required. Performance is comparable to a regular SATA2 hard disk, with far less power consumption.