Title says it all. Bought a 500GB PS4 some years ago thinking that it would have enough storage for me to not have to worry about it too much since I had only barely just filled up the exact same size hard drive on my PS3 right there at the very end of its time with me before I rehomed it with someone else who would use it more and not let it sit idle and useless like I had been doing after getting the PS4, and even though the drive on the PS3 was just barely under being at full capacity, it had several games still installed on it that I had not played in quite a while and that I also did not really plan to play probably ever again to be honest. With that in mind, as well as the fact that my gaming days have slowing down pretty drastically ever since around about the time I had settled on the choice to move on to the next gen console, I decided to go the cheap route and save a few bucks by getting the PS4 with the smaller drive so I could use the money I saved towards getting the few games I wanted most and knew for a fact I would play. Things were fine at first, but after about the time I had finished installing somewhere around 6-7 games as well as all the apps I wanted/needed, I realized my mistake, but I stubbornly stuck to my decision and continued to march on having to live with the inconvenience of having to go through my hard drive and deleting/uninstalling things whenever I got a new game I wanted to play. Then I got fed up with it all one day and started the hunt for how I would solve my problem. After reading articles and how to pages, I figured that at this stage in the lifespan of the PS4 that an external drive was the best option for me since I could take it to the next console I get with a little memory wiping and possibly reformatting and I’d be good to go. As for the drive itself, it’s exactly what I wanted. It’s fast, compact, reliable, good warranty, and above all else it is also both a great value for your dollar since it’s got what you would need while still being very inexpensive and it’s also just a plain bare bones drive without all the fancy bells and whistles that would just add to the cost. Overall, I’d give it an A, maybe an A- at the least since it only has 2 year warranty whereas some of the other WD drive come with 3 years. But that’s just me nitpicking.