I really like Kingston flash drives; they have never failed me. They've been dropped, run through the washing machine/dryer, and generally put through a beating, but they just keep going. Their main competition is Sandisk and I hate how they always run that stupid program when you plug it in. (This program wouldn't work on my high school's computers a couple years ago, as they were seen as a security threat, making them useless...) As for this particular one, It's got a fast read/write speed and I haven't seen any problems except the storage size. It says 7.2GB on my computer but it's labeled 8GB... However, this always happens with EVERYTHING dealing with storage, so it's nothing.