Pros It looks well-built.
Cons FAT32 format has serious limitations for Windows.
No quality control: two different HDs gave final errors after 12 hours of formatting (1 TB), and attempts were made on different computers.
Summary This looks like a well-built HD.... but looks are deceitful. This external HD has a FAT32 format, as opposed to the Windows standard NTFS. This means that most Windows users will spend hours & hours reformatting this HD in order to be able to make full use of it, especially if they want to copy large files (over 4GB), which the FAT32 format cannot handle. In my case, three different computers (with Windows 7 & Windows Vista) failed to reformat it: I always got an error message at the end, after 12 hours of reformatting process (12 hours each time!). This is the sort of beautiful product that is wrongly devised (FAT32 format) and, as many other Taiwanese & Chinese goods, seems to have no quality control. Buyer beware!