Have I already missed the boat on this one? Just found out that the new version of USB will be called SS USB (Superspeed usb) as opposed to what we all basically assumed, which was simply USB 3.0. Because it's the third one. And because anything else would be a bit unintuitive. Another baffling step from the hardware industry. People were pre-emptively calling it USB 3 before it even existed, but some marketing berk probably insisted that that simply wasn't cool enough. It's cousin, Wireless-USB (WUSB) is okay now, but is that going to become SS-W-USB when they make it faster? Oh, there's another one- SD cards above a certain capacity are officially called SD-HC (high capacity) cards. Except no-one except the super nerds of the world actually use the term. It reminds me of a time an old uni lecturer asked us the question: 'Has anyone here seen the film Cicade de deus?' to which I mentally replied 'No, but I have seen CITY OF GOD. You massive ponce.' So, SS USB gets added to the pile of truly useless jargon. Unless it's in some way connected to the ruthless Nazi military types of a similar two letter designation. Scary, but at least it would have a point.