As time progresses, sometimes I wonder how far we have come. For me personally, I still remember when I was still in high school, wondering what I should study in university just like it was yesterday. As I entered university for my degree in Electrical Engineering, I remember joking with my former colleague Devin Chollak on going into graduate studies after -- knowing full well the impossibility of that idea. Now that I am sitting in my office here at the University of Calgary, working towards my PhD in Electrical Engineering, sometimes it baffles me how I even got here in the first place. I think it was a combination of people who had more faith in me than I had in myself, along with more opportunities that were given to me than I really should deserve. Beyond that, there is really nothing to boast about. With the medium sized brown corrugated cardboard box sitting next to me right now, I wonder in the same way how we got here. Inside this brown corrugated cardboard box contains Western Digital's Red WD80EFZX 8TB hard drive. But we are not talking about how we have just one of them for testing. Actually, we have four of them -- yes, you read that right -- four 8TB hard drives for our review today. Tally up this trivial math question, we have a whopping 32TB of storage. What the heck is 32TB of storage? Can you imagine being able to buy all these for $1320 a decade ago? And how well will they perform? Well, the answer is in the box as we shuffle through the details.