Pros: It holds 32 gigs of digital stuff. Its fast, and easy to use. Reformat it to NTFS to upload large files to this thumb drive to make good use of the storage space.
Cons: IT ONLY HOLDS 29 GIGS. You cant tell me that 3 gigabytes of storage is meant for something else, why allocate that much disk space to something other than storage? Thats a bit too much. My Corsair 32gb holds 30gbs, why cant this one?
Summary: It works, but for a couple more dollars you can have a significantly faster drive (relative to USB 2.0 flash drives, anyway).
Pros: It's got a metal cover. That's about it for pros.
Cons: Compared to other 16GB USB Flash Drives, it is relatively slow. Compared with three other 16GB 2.0 drives that I own, ALL ENTRY LEVEL (Kingston's common excuse as to why their drive is slow compared to others).