Hi all, I just purchased the iHDD enclosure, and I thought I would share my thoughts with you. The enclosure is tool-free and arrives already separated into its two halves. Inserting a 2.5" drive is simple; you simply connect the eSATA and power plugs and sit the drive down on the bottom half of the enclosure. The top half snaps onto the bottom, holding the drive snuggly in place. I don't know how easy it is to open the enclosure again, as I have not tried this. There are no clear notches from where to pry open the two halves again, so it may get scratched if one tries to replace the drive inside. The lit Apple logo is a nice cosmetic touch. It lights up anytime the drive has power. it is not an activity indicator. I installed a 500GB drive on my iHDD and have been using it as a Time Machine drive for several days now. Performance has been as expected, neither faster nor slower than anything else. The newest version of this enclosure supports only USB 2.0 (the previous version supported both, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1) One can only hope we get a Thunderbolt version in the future. Overall, I am very happy with the iHDD enclosure. It is no more expensive than regular high quality enclosures ($30) and it is nice to have something that fits the aesthetics of the Mac lineup. [Edit] I uploaded 3 images to this review, but for some reason they are not showing up now.