I don't understand why it is totally acceptable by everyone that when a hard drive says it is 4TB capacity but it is actually 3.63TB. Why do we have to accept that we just lost 275GB for false marketing? This is not a 4TB HDD and must be advertised as 3.5 TB. This should be some consumer right to demand and expect what was advertised but since this is the norm by all hard drive manufacturers, consumers have accepted that they will always get less than what they were told. But why should we accept it like that? Manufacturers can quote hundreds of practical reasons why there is a loss of capacity yada yada but why can't they just advertise it for the actual capacity it has or Add additional capacity so that the consumer finally receives the capacity advertised?