I did not take the time to look at the enclosure, but get a firewire or an USB2.0 one. The drives inside doesn't matter. That one should be great.
SATA is not that common for enclosure, but if you find a SATA enclosure and a SATA hdd that will be cheaper than the PATA you choose get it. But don't use SATA to connect to the computer. First, not all SATA controller support hot swap, while USB or firewire can be added or released without turning off the computer. Sure, it will be slower that SATA, but hot plugging worth the lower speed. I have 2 bytecc enclosure that use USB2.0 and like them very much.