Does it make any sense in defragging Solid State Disks?

I have a Solid State C: hard drive (120 GB Corsair Force 3 SSD)
I am wondering if it makes any sense in defragging it from time to time or, due to its particular characteristics, it is useless or (worst) deprecable.

From all I read about it it’s worse, SSD’s have their own internal mechanism to distribute wear over the whole disk.
So defragging will only cause additional ‘wear’ and you won’t see how files end up on the SSD anyway.

The downside of this is also that ‘erasing’ files won’t be helpful either because you can’t predict anymore where the file was.

This is what Raxco has to say about it.

Thanks guys :-TU