Is there any objective measurement to the quality of art? To illustrate this point, one of my professors displayed a piece of painting on the projector screen a few weeks ago, and asked the class if it was beautiful. Unsurprisingly, in this graduate-level engineering course, most students shouted "no". I was no exception -- I said I would pay $5 if it came with a frame. As it turned out, that piece of painting in question was sold for $150 million dollars a few years ago. Who knew? This is why, a lot of times, when it comes to evaluating appearance, we will use the line, "Beauty is in the eyes of its beholder". However, I would like to challenge this statement just a little bit. While I will agree "beauty is in the eyes of its beholder" to an extent, in most cases, our appreciation for beauty also has some degree of universal agreement. For example, an overwhelming majority of people will not deny that the modern PC looks significantly better than the beige boxes we had in the late nineties. Today, we will take a look at the Silicon Power Diamond D06 1TB USB 3.0 external hard drive. With a luxurious classic diamond-check pattern exterior design in a slim and lightweight package, while no one could say this is objectively the "best looking hard drive in the world", I think it is definitely one of the best looking ones I have encountered in the last little while. Will it perform as well as it looks? Here at APH Networks, you got questions, we got answers.