Summary: I'm was so tired of buying the "bargain" items only to be disappointed in quality, so when I saw this product I decided "What the heck" it should last a lifetime and I would avoid having to go out shopping for a new disc time and time again.
Summary: You know what they say. You get what you pay for. After selling half my body organs along with all of my grandmother's, I feel so pathetic having a 10 speed 32GB card. Now when I go to shoot weddings, I can go to an amateur photographer and say, "Hey, nice SD card.
Summary: Alas, the perfect 4 gb memory card. Many a nights I have lain awake fretting over sub-standard memory cards, but now I sleep soundly knowing I have one-uped every other amateur photographer out there. $10,000 camera? chump change. $20,000 lens? might as well be a toy in a McDonald's kids meal.
Summary: I was considering buying a 4gb SD card for under $10 until I saw this. It must clearly be a MUCH BIGGER 4gb SD card so I decided - well why not.. Some times you just have to dig a little deeper to get the quality that you deserve.
Summary: My first 4 gb sdhc card was $16.99 but it got corrupted after around a month. Then I got these SanDisk cards. There was a small price difference, but the cards work pretty well. Well, I don't actually know that, I just put them into my camera and haven't tested them out yet.
Summary: I can't recommend these cards enough. Fresh from the box, they contain schematics to build a time machine so that you can go back in time, create the company SanDisk, invent SDHC cards then package new SDHC cards containing the schematics to a time machine in 3x5 blister packs of 4GB SDHC cards.