Yes, my present 1TB 5-year old Seagate is starting to develop the odd bad sector. I'll replace with a Samsung EVO Pro SSD for system (younger son uses one and is very happy with it) together with a WD black for data.
Everything on my system is backed up every which way - maybe it's overkill, but rather that than underkill (if that's a valid word)
Picking up on an earlier comment about SSD defrag and Windows 10, I'm running Windows 7 Pro on this system, scheduled defrag is turned off, should I do anything to ensure Windows doesn't try to defrag an SSD?
We have more and more laws, and less and less enforcement