Cons: Price...But it is enterprise so thats not a surprise.
Overall Review: I mainly bought it because it has extremely high endurance compared to consumer drives.
These Nytro Drives arnt super available online for sale depending on the Prefix model number your looking for because it tells you what the drive is good for like this one is "XS" which is Scaled Endurance.
This is a SAS drive so im using 12gb/s LSI lenovo pcie raid card to use this SSD, it meets its advertised speeds like seagate claims. Works perfect and ive had zero issues. Endurance is 1 full drive write per day or 3500TBW.... which is ALOT compared to consumer drives most consumer drives are around 500-700tbw before failure.
What I will say is its not as fast at compute workloads like my Seagate nvme Q5...nor is it as fast writing or reading. What that works out to is the nytro is about roughly 20% slower even more when your dealing with very fast nvme's like corsair mp600 for example but your getting extreme reliability here you have to keep that in mind.
Overall at end of the day I would say if...if you have the money to invest in enterprise drive for specific use case that has ALOT of writes per day like i do doing roughly 4.5tb per day then this drive could make sense to own. Its all about speed vs reliability you cant have both and if your close to having both your going to spend alot of money to have that.