As many of you know back in March I started building myself a new computer. I chose the Antec P150 case. I read over 100 reviews in the process of choosing a case and decided on the P150 because of what others had said. Since the recommended hard drive mounting solution was the rubber band suspension system I decided to go with it (even Antec's own manual/instructions recommended this method). Once a month I shutdown my computer and open it up to clean out whatever dust there is. Today was no different. However, upon opening up the case I see something REALLY bad. My $300.00 Raptor X hard drives are sitting on top of one another. Upon further investigation I see that all four rubber bands that hold both hard drives are snapped in half. To make matters worse... Since Antec doesn't include extra rubber bands and because I would never consider using such a suspension system again I have to use the mounting trays that are also included as a second option. I have four trays and four screws. That's right, Antec didn't give me enough screws to secure two hard drives; they gave me enough for one. Luckily, for myself and for Antec I haven't noticed any difference in performance from the drives and hopefully that will continue. Needless to say, I wouldn't recommend anyone use a rubber band suspension for mounting hard drives, especially when you make an investment like I have. And if you have, I would open up your case to make sure everything is fine. I will be calling Antec tomorrow.