Data Recovery from an HS SSD is not an easy task. The reality is that it is a much more complicated operation than Data Recovery from a hard disk, for example. Moreover, the success rates in the industry are much lower, even if you will never be told.
The notorious difference between the two mediums is obvious. In the case of the hard drive, these are moving parts (read heads, rotating magnetic platters, etc.) while in the case of the SSD, these are electronic components (Nand chips, Cache and controller to make it simple).
If ever the Sand force controller which encrypts data up to 256bit fails, most labs will consider data recovery impossible, yet this is not the case. It is possible, but it takes time and at a cost.
No need for a computer clean room to recover Wikipedia data from an SSD, it’s true! However, the cost is no less significant.
If the failure is electronic, it requires a lot of time for an expert SSD engineer: each memory chip (Nand) of an SSD must be unsoldered one by one (Generally 16 Nand chips for a 128 GB disk). Then, the reconstruction is similar to a RAID of 16 hard drives in this case….which can quickly turn into a nightmare.