Hi, well after taking that skinners advice last year I bought a Corsair gt voyager flash drive 16gb for my daughter, but decided to use it myself. Not skinners advice that was wrong, just that bloomin corsair lol Well after it having problem after problem, it finally broke yesterday, totally, cut it out and it was snapped in half, no just from the usb port bit, but properly broken in half, inbetween the actual drive and some other chip. Ive read on a few forums that the information I had was not important as I would have had it backed up elsewhere, but this was my backup, and to me its very important. Does anyone know if there are people who fix such things? There were lots of these type of shops in the 70's and 80's but havent a clue where they would be now or what to even search for. I was thinking of buying another to let someone switch the actual storage bit? Seems this model is a but of a dud with forum after forum slagging it off lol You would have thought the rugged rubber was covering a standard cased usb, but it was just rubber around a flimsy chip board that was bendy to the extreme. I now know I should have it backed up elsewhere but you live and learn. Any advice as always would be greatly appreciated.