I find I can replace the drive inside the case for a lot less than the drive and case.
I think I've seen the drive for under 50 bucks now.
Yea, so the subject pretty much sums it up. This drive is three weeks old and it began giving me trouble on an editing project I was working on. After a while it completely clonked on me. I wanted to know if it would be possible to save the drive, as the only problem was allocated sectors. Don't really have the money to buy another one right now, so I wanted to see if I could save face.