Summary: An excellent flash drive for the price ($38.95, at the time). I have tons of flash drives, but this is the first USB 3.0 drive I have purchased. It is also the first Lexar flash drive for me. I decided to try Lexar after learning they were the flash drive division of Crucial -- the maker of excellent Solid State Drives and RAM. The Test: On their website, Crucial advertises read speeds of "up to" 45 MB/s for this drive.
Summary: Most of the time I stick to Kingston Flash Drives to store movies, photos, and other stuff pertaining to work. Lexar has made a pretty good product. Downloads speed even with only 2.0 capability on my own PC were still very good.