Well Windows 7 lets us see the transfer speeds of any file we should care to move around or copy and now it's got some of us wondering if the speeds are too fast or slow. Well, me anyway. Foolish as I am about drives & their speeds. One tech thing I never looked into too much. I have a Seagate 640Gb SATA II drive with a 16Mb cache, when I copy large files/folders & check the transfer speed, it's usually around 25-35mb/second, what I want to know is, is that about right? Should it be closer to 50-75? It's probably just paranoia, but having the ability to see the transfer rate has gotten me curious about all this and I can't seem to find any "you're speed should be about...***" type posts. Thanks in advance fellas. Boy this question feels noobish.