Even more ignorant misinformation. SSD's don't die like physical hard drives. With a hard drive, when it dies you basically lose EVERYTHING unless you go to a data recovery expert. With a SSD that dies due to writing too much, it simply enters read-only mode and disallows writes. Long before that happens SMART will have alerts and warnings that any decent OS or RAID controller will detect.
All drives can completely die if the connectors or chips on them break. But a SSD is SIGNIFICANTLY safer storage than a physical disk unless your data is precious enough to pay for a data recovery expert, which will know how to get stuff off a broken hard drive but getting stuff off a SSD requires more knowledge and expertise that just isn't around these days.
Hard drives often die within a few months to a year of use, and if they make it past that time will last for 10 ish years provided they aren't started and stopped too often or twisted axially violently or subjected to too many G-forces while they are turned on. Solid State drives, other than a few specific models that have had serious issues with quality, will simply work and last until THEY TELL YOU that they are dying, before they actually die.
So, if you have a raid 5 array and are stupid enough to ignore the SMART warnings, and not smart enough to access it in read-only mode to get data off, sure, you could have problems predictably in the future.
Thanks Scott, i did not know that. Now i feel more confortable using Raid0 with SSD's of course.
Neverteless, many companies claim that there drive will probably last for only 5 years, so in fact SSD's are very expensive if they do.