With all the games I've collected from Steam, I'm pretty much out of room on my hard drive at home. Unfortunately, I'm having a much harder time finding good hard drives online now than I was a few years ago. Everyone I've talked to says either "Western Digital sucks; get a Seagate" or "Seagate sucks; go with Western Digital". Which I'm taking to mean they both suck. I don't know if they're still trying to make back the loss from when that tsunami took out most of their factories, or what, but pretty much every hard drive I find that isn't meant for server farms and priced accordingly has an upwards of 25% failure rate according to the reviews. Should I just take my chances and hope that if it does fail, it'll fail early on before I start putting stuff on it that I don't have room to back up? Or do I need to accept that hard drives have essentially doubled in price since the last time I bought one and that the cheap "hard drives" out there might as well be a lottery ticket?