Here's the story - sometime in October, I order an ST31000340AS from ZZF. Drive comes and fails just after the two week return period that ZZF offers. I return said drive to Seagate and receive a "certified repaired" ST31000340AS. That drive failed yesterday and I am again returning to Seagate. Is there any hope that this drive will be more reliable than my previous "certified" drive? I'm like $40 in the hole on returns for a drive that was only $100. Apart from that, this drive died and took my WHS backup database with it (which is apparently not backed up - kind of glaring hole in WHS as a backup). Seems to me if I have another failure, spending another $20 on a return would be throwing good money after bad. Anyone have a good experience with a repaired hard drive from Seagate? Should I just utilize this drive as a $140 paper weight?