I'm not really into going down the hacked 360 hard drive route. Thank you for the links though. I'm pretty much getting this thing set up so I won't have to worry about it as the new generation rolls out, and I can turn to it knowing it'll just work when I want to play something from my 360 collection.
So I have an old white 360 with a 60GB hard drive that just doesn't cut it anymore. I've checked the usual places for a bigger one; amazon, ebay, some european sites as I'm from Ireland, but to no prevail.
My question is, can I buy a hard drive for a slim 360, pull the drive out of it, fit it in the caddy for the old 360 and have it work?
Beats studios. Everyday use for over a year now. I think they sound great but they are far from a great set of headphones. Having to go and buy batteries on a regular basis sucks and having to manage rechargeable AAA's isn't a whole lot of fun. Not worth full retail at all but if you can make friends with a monster employee (while monster was still making them) and use their 75% discount, they seem like a buch better buy than the AKG K272HD or Audio-Technica ATH-M50. In hind site i should have paid the extra €50 and gone with the AKG or AT's