>  > 2) Is the new drive now a native firewire implementation, or is it
>>  just the old drive with the adaptor inside the box instead of outside
>>  the box?
>First, there are NO native FireWire storage devices on the market. All
>current FireWire drives are using a bridge solution whether it is an ATAPI
>or SCSI bridge. Apple understands the need to support the current bridged
>USB and FireWire storage solutions for Mac OS X.
>The new FireWire Ecrix drive has the bridge built inside the case. Ecrix can
>offer the best information on hardware specifics.

Ecrix have responded to a separate question with "The difference in 
the two firewire drives is mostly cosmetic".

Thanks Irena for the helpful comments on all my questions.
John Gee                        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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