SSD Life responded to my email and I've posted an update here.
SSD life is a Windows based tool that helps users monitor the health of their Solid State drives. Most Solid State drives have a certain number of writes they can perform before the drive itself is finished. This is pretty typical for flash drives and depending on the drive and manufacturer is around 10,000 writes. Therefore statistics about the drive's health is more important for solid state drive owners.
Knowing this I decided to run the lastest version (1.2.17) on my Macbook Air which has a 128GB SSD (VAM0BA1Q). Note: this is the first generation Macbook Air. Here's what I found:
As you can see from the warning I'm being asked to submit the log file to SSD life. I did and who knows maybe down the road they will support this drive.
In the meantime all I can see is that I've got about 1900 hours on the drive and my machine has been powered on about 2100 times. Not exactly the information I was looking for. I also knew that TRIM was unsupported.