Seagate are making a fresh play into the consumer hdd market; releasing a line of easy-to-install, low-maintenance hard drives. They do what's been bloody obvious to consumers and apparently arcane for manufacturers..... they put plain-english instructions on the drive itself. If you lose those instructions, pal, you do not need them :) It's good to see Seagate paying some attention to consumer retail. Their drives are good, now the support can be improved. I have an IBM hdd at home; chosen in a close call over the corresponding Seagate. If I get a second drive you know what it'll be now :)
For those of you who don't remember, IBM are moving away from the consumer hdd market.