Right, I don't know if anyone else feels this way, but I have this deep seated, boiling resentment towards them. They've been around longer than Call of Duty, and everyone is sick of that, so how are we putting up with these frankly, vile fiddly ****ers? Does nobody else when attempting to fix an old machine fall into fits of swearing every time they try to actually connect one in a tight space? THE MALE PINS NEVER ALIGN CORRECTLY! (unless on a hard drive, and even then - The the feck uses IDE drives any more?) It's like threading 4 needles simultaneously! (And doesn't that sound like fun) Yeah, sure they're a convenient, established standard, but so is SATA, and they're more user friendly than Lego! I for one, will not mourn the day when PSU's no longer provide molex support. Why some high end PSUs still support floppy is beyond me. Isn't there someone I can complain to about this?