Yes, for anyone who ever had problems with their huge NTFS HDD's and were led to believe that fat32 cant hold more than 32gigs, your problem is solved. FAT32 can actually hold up to about 2TB( Terabytes aka Mr. 1k). People were led to this due to Windows 2000 and XP only formatting 32gigs or less into FAT32. Windows 98 has some restriction around 140gigs, but thats also their file system. Also... I hope I get to see a Zettabyte Hard Drive in my life time, i believe its the equivalent of 1 Trillion Gigs. Thats about the size of the entire internet right noww... Also i heard of Yottabytes, and Geopbytes, and all these other random ones that we probably wont see in our life time. However i heard they the new Petabyte or w/e how you spell are comming out in 2011. Thats a good 1000 TB right there i believe. Imagine what you could do with 1000 Terabytes lol... I don't think one single person could actually find that much stuff to put on it in one lifetime.