but havent people been having corrupt card issues with the lexars?
I have a 64GB Lexar 1000X. It is excellent. Older card readers may have a issue with new cards, thats always been the case, you need a current model card reader to deal with the high speed cards, a USB 3 is preferred, and express card readers are also very good.
There are also lots of fakes out there, and buyers who get one are going to have problems!!
The only bad thing I've heard about Transend is that they tend to be slower than other cards that are rated for the same speed. Its not a large difference, so if they are a lot cheaper, its a option to consider. I have one 8GB card, but avoid using it, my 8GB Lexar cards are much faster.http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/camera_wb_multi_page.asp?cid=6007-10549