This card is wonderful. Read/write speeds are great, and I shoot in RAW format and JPG for each shot, so that slows down the process quite a bit. Even so, I don't ever remember hitting the buffer overload point. As a portrait, commercial and wedding photographer, I almost always shoot as a sniper, and shoot in single shot mode. If I were to use "continuous" setting, and a "spray and pray" approach, I might max out the buffer, requiring me to stop shooting temporarily. This card works great for me, and my style of image creation. Filling a 32 GB card is no easy task, so I can shoot an enticement assignment without changing cards. I remember the days of using those "huge" 256MB and 512MB CF cards. Wow! Times have changed, and prices on cards have come way down.
I know, the SD card is pretty much the card of preference for camera makers these days. SD cards are certainly smaller, lighter, and their read/write speeds are great. However, they are more susceptible to physical damage, and a whole lot easier to lose due to their small size. If one accidentally falls to the ground, you won't hear those hundreds of images hit the floor. Oh, well.
I love my Nikon D700's, as their file size is perfectly fine for the vast majority of my professional photography assignments. Low light capabilities are great as well (but not able to shoot extreme low light). And, it is one of the last great cameras to use CF cards. CF cards are going the way of ZIP drives and 8-track tapes. However, if you still have a camera that uses a CF card, this one will fit nicely in the CF card slot, and your budget.
** Remember kids, a better camera won't make you a better photographer. To become a better photographer, become a better photographer.