Well, like I said in the quote you chose: It's not the fact that I was wrong - as I will be the first to admit when I am - it was the fact that it was handled in a fashion that was offensive rather than informative. A simple "hey, the label on the case is wrong man, here's what I found out" would have sufficed.
As for the enclosures, they're just a product that I came across while searching for something that someone else was asking for. I actually own the 2.5" version and it works fantastic. You're probably right on the 3.5" man - I have no doubt that I'm definitely not the smartest person here. I came away from that thread with some knowledge about USB that I didn't know that I am sure will prove to be useful, but also feeling like an idiot because I posted something trying to help. I just feel like the overall karma here is unwelcoming, and intimidating. There is a ton of usefull info, and a ton of smart people, but it's like all the smart people are in a battle for who's the smartest.
But then again, that's just me. Not tryin to offend anyone - the whole reason I posted the first comment was because someone else had made a comment (that was removed) that I could relate to. Everyone makes mistakes, it's just my opinion that they shouldn't be made to feel stupid, but rather given the chance to learn from it.