Firewire HD Enclosures; What/where to buy?


I have an IBM Deskstar 120GXP (80Gig) ATA-100/ATA-6 drive that I want to make into an external firewire 800 drive for my Mac. I don't want to spend a ton of money to do this, so I'd love some advice on places on the web to find good prices on quality enclosures. I'm hoping to keep it under $100, but I'm not sure if that's realistic. I know I'm looking for an enclosure with an Oxford chipset, but I'm a little unclear on what other specs I should pay attention to, what is essential and what features I can compromise on depending on my needs for the drive.

Any help is greatly appreciated!


Powerbook G4, 1.67GHz, 1GB Ram, OSX 10.4.1
(Still not as cool as my old 512K, though!)
I agree with Bob...the Mercury cases are great. Make sure you take any jumpers off of the drive. I've got 4 internal drives in my old G4, and 3 firewire 400 drives in Mercury cases. They work like a charm. 1.4 TB.

Does the PB G4 support 1394B?