While your argument has some merit, you really do overexaggerate ....
If SSDs were as bad as you are suggesting, then I certainly would have seen something by now. Yes, I've seen a few firmware stuffups, and sandforce should be beaten with a metal poll for the firmware they release, but hard drives have the same sorts of stupid firmware issues too.
Certainly some SSDs are worse then others in this regard. Just like hard drives, there are some SSDs that you need to stay the hell away from (eg OCZ Petrol models)
It isn't because SSDs are unreliable ... it is because all data storage is inherently unreliable.
Anyone who has a clue about PCs and data storage should already know this. Doesn't matter if you use hard drives, SSDs, optical disks or even data chisseled into stone ... you need a backup or one day you will lose data. I, so far, have seen pretty damn good data reliability from SSDs, but any device can up and insta-die on you.
Funny enough, wheels still fall off cars .... but we accept it anyway as a price of having affordable transport.
Of course, SSDs cannot be nearly as inexpensive as they are now if you want perfection out of the box. I'm prepared to live with the status quo, of letting early adaptors find the problems and get them fixed before deploying an SSD, and get better prices doing so. I'll even be an early adaptor occasionally!