Maxconsole forum had an interesting post:
"I work at a game store and have had a lot of 360s being returned by customers, something that does happen a lot. But this is where the plot thickens i noticed a few ppl bringing them back after only having them a day. One lady brought back a console saying it was "faulty" so i looked at it booted it up fine and found no fault i opened the drive to put a game in and noticed it was not a hitachi or samsung drive so im assuming its the new BenQ drive. With no fault on the console i gave her the unit back after showing her it was fully functional.
So basically it looks like the BenQ drive as it the UK regions they seem to be in the premium systems that come with the HDMI port. I didnt bother looking at elites, cores, halos as i wasnt too sure if this had been documented before."
Xboxkings just reached the news that C4E, which was working on the BenQ firmware and had it almost done when the banhammer hit many modded users, has the final iXtreme BenQ firmware done and is testing the beta.