Summary: What can I say about this hard drive? That its pretty freakin sweet!(: This is the first day I have had it and I love it. I replaced my 5400 rpm 500 GB hard drive with this 750 GB 7200 RPM SSHD. Just the difference from 5400 rpm to 7200 rpm is somewhat noticeable but also having the extra space (250 GB) and the 8 GB Flash is a huge plus. I have read tons and tons of reviews on this specific hard drive.
Summary: Oddly enough this drive performs worse than a standard WD I used it to replace. I benchmarked it with a couple of benchmarks including Crystal Disk Mark. I needed the larger drive and it wasn't worth the hassle to return it so I kept it.
Summary: I bought for my PS3. It works great. It fits just fine and the PS3 Super slim knew I had installed it and copied the internal flash (12Gig) directly to the HD so now I have room to install more than one game. It does seem to flop around inside the PS3 bay but thats totally the fault of the PS3. There is nothing that came with my PS3 to hold it.
Summary: It's a hard drive and 30 days later it hasn't failed. That's good, but nothing to write home about. As for the performance of the drive, most of the time it is identical to a regular 7200 RPM HDD with no SSD component. I believe this is probably due to the fact that the SSD component is sized too small to provide a more significant - and more persistent - performance boost.
Summary: Warning!!!! If you use Adobe or any other Graphic design program do not use this type of Hard Drive. You need to read Adobes forums on HDs and what they have found with even SSDs. This was one of the worst HDs I have ever used and wont be using a Seagate again, I am actually liking the longevity of my WD caviar blacks.