The problem with S.M.A.R.T is that it's a brilliant idea, but the specification & implementation is retarded
- there really isn't any standard as for what the raw values mean, so the only thing an application can logically test is whether the value falls below the threshold.
IMHO there should have been specifications for at least the common values - ie., reallocated sector count should be (duh!) the count of sectors that have been reallocated, HD temperature should be mentioned in Celsius, etc. (OK, some values wouldn't fit within a single byte then, but the field size coooould be extended).
Anyway, I'd say the drive is good to go