my sister has been bitching that her laptops hard disk is too small (30g), replacing it with like an 80 gig would cost mad money. what are my options? i was thinking this: http://www.wiebetech.com/ Desktop FireWire and USB 1.1 / 2.0 Storage (to 250GB and beyond) Supports ATA6 drives and classic ATA5 drives! Uses the industry leading Oxford OXFW911 FireWire bridge. Plug and play on all recent Operating Systems with out drivers! Internal cable from bridge to drive is high speed (intergrounded) for highest quality connection to drive. Fanless -- best drive on the planet for multimedia users. Aluminum enclosure dissipates heat readily and provides excellent EMI protection. Available capacities include: 80GB, 120GB, 180GB, 200GB, 250GB. All are 7200RPM! Plug and play without drivers under Windows 98SE, ME, 2K, XP, Mac OS9.1, 9.2, OSX. Bootable on the Mac! A 0GB user configurable version is also available. (Install your own drive to 250GB and beyond in the enclosure.) For Plug and Play connectivity to virtually any computer platform. Easily supports digital video editing. Easily supports DigiDesign ProTools audio editing. International power supply (100-240VAC) included. Each unit includes MacDrive 5 cross platform compatibility software at no additional charge, a $59.95 value! 0GB unit (user configurable 0-250GB): $139.95. In stock. Since i can just put a regular ata hard disk in there, it would cost way less than replacing the lapys current one, and firewire does not seem like a bad idea. this is for a fujitsu C series laptop. what do you all suggest?