How many people here have become helpless HD pack rats? I can't bring myself to throw away my old, tiny-capacity hard drives and they litter my junk boxes everywhere. I have a bunch of ATA66 drives -- 4GB, 20GB, 40GB and 60GB -- from a hundred years ago whose data are already doubled on one of my several 1TB drives. I want to crush them into powder when I see them littering my junk box, but I am overcome with admiration and awe. It's kind of like looking at a black widow in my garage: I know I have to kill it, but I hesitate because they are just so cool in that they pack so much power into such a small bite. Kind of like hard drives. I successfully, so far, quit alcohol four years ago so why can't I quit useless hard drives? Admitted I was powerless over drives; that my storage of storage had become unmanageable.