First, do I currently own an SSD? Yes, I own a terrible tiny Phison SSD that came with my Asus EeePC 1000. It's technically an SSD, without all the perks of being an SSD.
Am I planning on purchasing one or more in the near future? Yes! I have been shopping around for a few months now, looking to revamp my desktop to be more in line with current tech. Sadly, I haven't found one within my price point for the capacity I need.
Second, since I am planning on purchasing an SSD, which brand(s) am I considering and why (price, performance, reliability, brand, etc.)?
I've looked at Intel in the past and didn't give them much thought due to capacity, which is a biggie with me. I do a lot of video editing, so having capacity is key for large files (read: double digit GB). Now with the larger 240GB model, it's within my scope and price range to be the perfect addition to an Intel i7 Extreme Edition system. Gotta love cutting edge tech.
Third, how often do I purchase a new PC (every 12 months or less, every 12-18 months, 18-24 months, 2-3 years, over 3 years)?
I usually revamp my system whenever a significant OS upgrade appears on the market. When I change my setup, I usually redo the whole thing, re-install all the software, start fresh. It's easier to install the new hardware in a new OS that supports the latest features of the hardware natively.
And fourth, if I am Canadian, what is 125 plus 45 divided by 3 minus 13?
Since I have some land in Canada, but not a legal resident myself, I'll take a stab at it and say 43 and 2/3 according to order of operations. I took 36 credits worth of math for my degree, so might as well make them useful.