Personally, I no longer believe in a future for Iomega. I have long used ZIP drives (until they became obsoleted by USB storage devices), and never had any problems with them, but then they came with JAZ drives, and these were lousy; they was absolutely positively impossible to rely on. The cartridges broke down as soon as you touched them, it seemed, and the drives didn’t really last that much longer. In my opinion, that’s when Iomega’s downfall began. Furthermore, they no longer innovated - they began producing things like CD writers or some such - I have never looked too close at any of their products ever again - long after everybody had them. And now they are discovering “harddrive-based” products… Big deal! How innovative! They will have a lot of convincing to do if they ever want me back as a customer. Not that I would be particularly happy to see them go bust - but I have simply lost my interest in them and in their products. I simply no longer find them attractive - neither feature-wise, nor price-wise. 'Nuff said… Time will tell if they succeed in recovering.