Summary: This little thing is awesome and exactly what I wanted. At 32G I keep important apps, docs, and configurations on it (programmer by trade) and a nice little encrypted partition for my personal stuff that can't be tampered with easily. Highly recommend.
Summary: I generally use this for a quick file cache for transferring files so I don't need to drag a portable HDD around. My work around for the fiddling problem was to use a small usb2 extender, and the remedies the problem, but slows the drive to usb2.
Pros: USB3, fast enough when connected via usb3
Cons: Not long after getting this drive it was plugged into the back of an iMac, ever since then it is tricky to get working on usb3. I tend to have to fiddle with it a little bit to get it recognized.
Summary: I wanted to replace my traditional hard drive with an SSD. The speed increase and lower power consumption was nice. I am using this as my root (OS) drive. The time has come to ditch the older style drives.
Summary: This is a basic no frills usb drive. It's only USB 2.0 so it's kind of slow, in fact, it seems to be one of the slower USB 2.0 drives in my collection. I mostly use USB 3.0 now, but for cases where speed doesn't really matter, a bargain USB 2.0 drive is still relevant.
Summary: It just works. I immediately filled it with much of my photo library and emptied it to my laptop. It works fine. I've been through this cycle a few times now with no problems. Real world flash drive speeds are never as advertised and this drive is no different.