There have been plenty of good Newegg Shell Shockers lately, no doubt about it. But it seems to me that "Shell Shocker" doesn't mean what it once did. The current Shell Shocker is for "20% off" the WD1001FALS. Look at the price history and you'll see that the last price for it was actually only 10% more. Of course, it's common for retailers to list dubious "original prices" for sale items (e.g., a CPU that cost $300 new and which, two years later costs $100 from the same retailer, could be listed as "$200 off"). But even with that aside, I seem to remember a time when "Shell Shocker" meant a little bit more. I like Newegg and find their prices to be overall top notch. That's not in question. All I'm asking is, wasn't there a time (back when Shell Shockers were one-per-day) when you could expect a little more from Shell Shockers, even if it was an item you weren't interested in?