I mentionend this in the Benq forum where it is being discussed as well, but you should not call them to find out if the price is correct. If you call, they will become aware of the price mistake and cancel the orders of your fellow cd freaks. They are not legally allowed to charge your card more than what is stated at the final order screen without your permission. I ordered a drive with a virtual number from my credit card company (Citibank is my company, visit your own credit card company's website to see if they have similar features) that I put a limit of $25 dollars on for my $14.97 order.
I fully anticipate my order being cancelled or being pulled back from the FedEx truck if it makes it that far, but calling the company will always kill whatever little hope anybody has of receiving this drive. Check out the forums at slickdeals.net or fatwallet.com to see how people ther go about handling deals. One of the major rules for getting online deals is to never call to inquire about price.
By the way, I don't feel that placing an order for something that appears to be a price mistake is wrong simply because that is the price that is on the website. It is not the consumer's job to correct or point out possible mistakes, unless they are in the consumer's favor.
Edit: I took too long typing this post and got beat to the punch by the poster above me.