My local Future Shop has a 4TB Western Digital MyBook on for $229 but at Best Buy they have it for $199 and 15% off so I just got it price matched today and walked out with this bad boy for $192 taxes in and after I got it home I surely though it was going to be two 2TB drives for that price but it's actually just one 4TB internal drive for $192. The WD Black 4TB internal bare drive is $349.. how can this be so cheap? Does anyone know what the inside of these single drive MyBook's look like? Is this just a normal SATA drive in en enclosure? Could I not just go back to Future Shop, price match another 4TB MyBook, rip it apart and put the 4TB drive in my iMac? Od did Western Digital think of this and make a fancy USB only PCB on the bottom of the hard drive like on their portable series hard drives? I don't really want to rip apart my new hard drive just yet which is why I'm asking and I don't wanna blow $192 on a second drive and find out I have no use for it if it wont work as an internal drive for the iMac. If this is possible I'll surely be making a tutorial on how you can do a $192 4TB HDD Upgrade, at least until the 11th when the sale ends.