"As has been the case with all bridged solutions (that is to say, all serial ATA drives except Seagate's Barracuda series), the new Raptor features both a newer 15-pin power connector as well as the more traditional 4-pin molex receptacle."
That's strange, I thought the Samsung Serial ATA drives have a bridge chip and only a 15 pin power connector and no molex. I'm sure I saw a photo of a Samsung Serial ATA drive in a review somewhere and it had no molex connector.
Anyway that's only a minor matter, I enjoyed reading the preview. These new Raptors are the ant's pants now that they've got rid of the whine. The larger capacity should make them appeal to many more people who would like super speed and a five year warranty. If they become a popular choice, it may convince other manufacturers to speed up the development of their 10,000 rpm (or 15,000 rpm ) Serial ATA drives, which will be good.