Summary: 60$ for 1TB of storage is ok. This is the Blue line up of WD so you get decent performance out of it for a decent price. Quiet enough so that you don't know it is there. If you want pure storage, look elsewhere since even WD will have better offerings (Red or Green). But for games or applications that you use a little more often yet not often enough to deserve a place on your SSD(s), this is perfect.
Pros: Cheap, Good quality, Decent size and performance
Summary: I bought this hard drive to replace my dying drive. I wouldn't say it's anything special, only that it works like an HDD should. But the price was nice. Especially for a whole TB I would recommend this drive to my friends.
Excerpt: Installed easily and works fine as a second hard drive on a Windows 7 system. Don't forget to buy a SATA cable, if you don't have one. The drive does not come with one. If your new drive doesn't show up in Windows Explorer, you probably forgot to initialize it. A quick internet search will give you simple instructions for doing so, if you don't know how.