It looks to me as if they are phasing out the old drives and going to mostly 7200 rpm's anyways.
The old 5400's are more pricey for what you get speed wise and storage wise. I don't know why anyone would buy one unless they had their heart set on replacing their old hdd with the EXACT hdd that came with the computer.
I figure these are computers, not cars. Restoring a '66 Malibu I'm all for. Restoring an old computer to original spec's? Eh.......no.
Just for kix I checked NewEgg and they only listed one 5400 rpm hdd. A Seagate 20 gig for $40.
Don't wait..............Ya snooze ya lose! :laughing: