So what I've learned from this -
1. Seagate is about 4 years behind on HAMR tech as they announced many years ago it was just around the corner.
2. Seagate is having a hard time getting costs down, performance up and a viable consumer market production drive.
3. Even with the new tech Seagate is going to have a hard time getting storage capacity higher any time soon.
4. I better PRAY that SSD storage capacities quadruple in the near future while cost per GB drops significantly.
5. Seagate better have a transition plan to go completely SSD or they'll be out of business within 7 years.