So here is the situation: I have a SR MBP, 10.5.6, 4GB RAM, and a 150 GB FUJITSU MHW2160BHPL (Original Drive). For the past few months, internal file transfer speeds have been horrible. As an example, I loaded the latest WebKit nightly build yesterday. It downloaded fine, but took over 2 min to transfer the application after mounting to the actual application folder. Additionally, this morning I was moving over the latest distribution of Ubuntu 8.10 which is 699 MB. It took 7 min to transfer from a USB flash drive over to the desktop. This is crazy!!! I did the same operation on my wife's new Unibody MacBook and it took a min. and a half. Something is seriously wrong here. I do have a bootcamp partition, but have had that since I got the computer with no problems. This problem is now starting to affect my experience on the computer, and have tried the usual repair permissions, pram reset, used Onyx, etc. I am attaching some disk utility screenshots, confirming the S.M.A.R.T. status as well as the partition. Does anyone have any suggestions, or do I need to replace this drive?