I have an old white 360 which is still serving me well, but the 60GB hard drive is getting rather cramped. So I picked up a cheap official 320GB drive, figuring that inside the case an Xbox hard drive is an Xbox hard drive – if you can take an old-school drive out of the enclosure and plug it into a 360S, surely you can take a new drive, pull it out of the black plastic shell, and pop it into the old enclosure. I didn't figure on the aforementioned plastic shell being sealed so tightly shut, though. Nothing short of a hacksaw seems likely to open the damned thing up, and I'm afraid of cutting through the drive itself by accident if I break out the big guns. Is there a trick to getting the bare drive out of that shell? Will an SATA extension cable work to plug the drive into the port in the enclosure? Is there any cable that would allow me to just plug the new drive directly into the 360's HD port? Thanks for your help.