Well considering that the performance of the two is so similar, and that the Western Digital comes with a <b>THREE</b> year warantee... it would be a bit silly to get the maxtor dont u think?
regarding the WD 10K rpm drive... it sounds extreemly good i know, but its aimed at enterprise systems, only comes in one capacity (1 platter, 36Gb) and probably wont be available to the masses for quite some time
i hope they release a 72Gb edition sometime soon, but im not holding my breath
<b>Anyone claiming they can see the difference
between 450 and 500 FPS in Quake3 deserves to
be severely beaten with a rock. :smile: </b>