Here you go(Both are duplicates): http://www.ccereviews.com/reviews/patriot-memory-lx-series-32gb-sdhc-memory-card/4/ http://www.overclockersonline.net/reviews/50003341/ Here's another one for the 16GB version of that same exact card: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/microsdhc-memory-card-performance,3011-12.html Proof of engineering concept for those who may be confused as to why I'm also linking the 16GB version of the card: The second set of charts is for the 16GB version. In other for the 32GB version of that same card to show the same exact performance displayed in this charts by the 16GB version, it needs to have double the NAND channels/chips on board. Most manufacturers don't double the NAND channels/chips when they double RAM capacity, and certainly absolutely NONE of the manufacturers on the market more than double the NAND channels/chips when they increase capacity 2x. Class 10 cards are the best on the market if all you're talking about is playing MP3's or Video on it because those are sequential. That Patriot card would slam SanDisk in those results. However, if you're talking about OS functions on the card such as app2sd, custom ROMS, and others; then random write performance is more important than any sequential test. I'm still sticking to the opinion that poofyhairguy's random write performance results were an anomaly. Saying that they are an anomaly doesn't necessarily mean it's wrong. It just means it's an outlier and not likely to happen in the real world. There are lots of outliers in statistics. That doesn't mean the statistical data collected for that particular outlier was wrong. User data on various cards from this website if you want to know how well SanDisk performs on random write performance: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=1582172 I'm pretty sure there's at least 3 SanDisk 32GB Class 4 results thrown in there somewhere, so feel free to compare them to all the Class 10 cards at the bottom and the different manufacturers.