"Horrible drive!"0.5 starson by Grafixx01
Pros: None, unless you actually need the encryption portion to protect your data but unless you're using the drive for 'abonormal' activities, it's pointless to have the encryption.
Cons: The encryption. It allows the drive to ONLY work if you are plugging it into a computer which has a working OS on it. I've called Seagate and they say you can't remove the software at all.
Summary: It's a horrible drive. Like I've said, unless you're using the drive to store financial data or something of that nature, what is the point? You can't take the encryption software off, like all other drives that have software on them from the manufacturer. I called Seagate and they even admit this to you, so why bother?