Based on Grant Pannell information about how to patch Lion properly to enable TRIM support on non-Apple branded SSDs, here's a script that ought to make it harder to shoot yourself in the foot.
I took most steps I could to ensure kitten safety, but can make no warranty. I have tested this successfully on a MacBook Pro 5,5 with Mac OS X 10.7.1 and a SATA-II Samsung 470 Series 128G in the HD slot. The patched file is the same as in 10.7.0.
Simply start up a terminal and run the script. As the kext cache gets cleared upon success you might find it seems to take some time to complete.
Once the script ends (no output means success), reboot.
You can then check if it was taken into account via the System Profiler: go to Serial-ATA and look for "TRIM support: yes".
It is debated whether Sandforce-based SSDs (or other auto-GC SSDs) actually need this.
Run with no arguments to see a quick reminder. Here's something more extensive about what's actually done:
--apply applies the patch, after making sure we know the file we're applying to, backing it up only if it's the original one, and subsequently checking if the patch applied correctly. --revert reverts the patch, after making sure we're working on the patched file, and afterward checks for correct reversion. --restore restores from the previously made backup. --status shows current situation, including status of the file and whether a backup is available.
In any case of success, the kext cache gets cleared.