Summary: First thing to do is to take those crap programs off the USB flash. after that its your average storage drive. I've had mine for a year or so and the case has completely snapped off, still works, but don't expect it to stay together.
Summary: The discription lists AES Encryption, but does not mention that it is implemented with a software solution. It shouldn't be mentioned unless it's a hardware solution as free software is available to give this feature to any thumb drive.
Pros: Good price and capacity.
Cons: Lock mechanism is weak so depending on how tight your USB ports are, it may require you to hold the lock when inserting. Don't expect speedy transfers, but it gets the job done.
Summary: Fast, reliable storage. Only flaw in the design is how the USB plug retracts. To keep it from collapsing while plugging in you have to hold your thumb on the latch. It's a minor annoyance, though.