Hello everyone, I'm just wondering what everyone out there is using as their internal audio drive/drives. I've been using Barracudas, and I just bought a new one (the ST3500320AS), but a lot of reviews are claiming that Seagate has gone downhill since they changed the way the drives write data. Apparently there's a film on the platters that gunks up the heads causing these drives to malfunction and die VERY early on (anywhere from a month to a year). So, my question is this: I want to buy another large capacity internal SATA HD that's quiet as heck, has good seek times, and serious durability. What are you guys using? Anyone know what the best is for audio right now? I plan to upgrade to solid state when they get larger and the technology becomes more refined, but for now I'm just wondering what people's opinions/experiences are with the newer HD's... especially the new Barracudas. I've been hearing a lot of bad stuff lately about the longevity of the newer drives by all manufacturers. Is this post too geek? :?