I find the whole process of buying a card these days to be annoying. The model numbers keep changing but the names stay the same, and high read speeds are great for photojournalists, but pretty inconsequential for most other people where the difference between 3 minutes and 5 minutes won't kill you. Write speeds are important and Lexar's new policy of just adding an asterisk and saying "write speeds lower" is terrible. And then we have their 800x cards that sound great (just look at those prices!) until you realize the write speed is terrible and nowhere near the read speed. Sandisk seems to do a better job of being less deceptive in their marketing, but they're starting to follow Lexar's model on some of their models, too. I've got a 1DX on the way and will post results from that test once I receive it, but I expect it will be pretty similar.
Not too long ago I was looking at cards and the places I was looking didn't bother to differentiate between write and read speeds. Fast forward two or three years and I do see write v read speeds. I don't mind looking at the description as long as the information is accurate.
And for the record... I'm willing to take any of these lexar cards of your hands because I'm still rocking an 8gb 800x with that 120mb readrate and that 45mb/s write rate.
Ahms for the poor... is it ahms... I can't make out what they say in the movies.