[QUOTE]\nMore rationalization. Shrink wrap licenses have been upheld in court. The\npurchaser could have done the research on the web prior to purchasing the\ndrive.\n\nI understand everyone's point, but the legality is very, very clear.[/QUOTE]\n\nNo it isn't at all clear. It would be clear enough if the buyer were\npurchasing a copy of Microsoft Excel, but not at all clear when\npurchasing a hardware/software package that includes hardware that is\ntypically used on multiple machines. That software EULA negates a\nlarge percentage of the utility of the hardware portion of the\npackage. Granted the buyer should read the EULA and upon disagreeing\nseek to return the product for a full refund, including all shipping\ncharges. If the seller refuses, then one unilateral decision not\ninvolving agreement by both parties deserves another and the buyer\nshould do as he pleases.\n\nAs an analogy, you buy a new car. A few days after getting it home\nyou read thru the owner's manual and lo and behold you find a EULA\nstating that the car may not be driven by anyone but the registered\nowner. Do you abide by the EULA, try to return the car, ignore the\nEULA, or some other option?