I've had a few Seagate HDDs fail, one of which was a barely used external. Had an 80GB Maxtor in the family's old computer that clicked itself to death, but we managed to salvage lots of data before it went kaput. I would like to say that Winpower PSUs are terrible, but I just can't. That thing powered the old PC and this one for 5 years, though upgrades and so on. That little 440W beast let me run DiRT 2 @ 1680x1050 maxed out in DX9 for hours. Then it died, because of a shoddy motherboard. I was sorry to see it go, because that cheap, 10 pound fifty piece of garbage didn't give up until it was callously executed by an evil Biostar motherboard. I'm being harsh on the Biostar. That was a decent mobo for cheap. Shame it couldn't overclock worth a damn. Vcore adjustments of +3.3%, +6.6% and +10% only? Urgh.