I noticed you stopped publishing idle power measurements with ASPM/LPM enabled sometime in 2021 - the SN750 and SN850 still included them, whereas SN750 SE, SN570 and SN770 don't have them anymore. And unfortunately Billy Tallis has stopped writing for Anandtech, so Tom's Hardware is apparently the only outlet that even still cares to measure power consumption for SSDs. (Thank you!)
I find the SN770 extremely compelling in terms of performance and R/W efficiency. But if like its predecessors it sucks a constant Watt of power on idle, when most competitor drives manage to properly sleep to <100 mW even on desktop motherboards, then I'd rather wait until a similar drive from another manufacturer comes around.
Is the SN770 still as bad with ASPM idle power? Also, can you bring the measurements back to future reviews? Pretty please?