Ubuntu 16.04 will be out soon and it seems ZFS will be natively supported. I have used
ext4 for years but have read some of the newer file-systems (like the still fairly experimental btrfs) will have nifty features like better support for solid state drives (how the ssd is written to and read so as to prolong drive life).
I have read the upsides to using ZFS in a RAID configuration due to the file integrity features.
If not using RAID, are there any real benefits to using ZFS on a single solid state drive for normal OS use?