The drive itself is what you’d expect it to be, though the front plate does have a lot of feature logos festooned across it.
The back simply features the standard SATA data and power connectors.
To remove the faceplate, you have to press out several of these little clips around the endge; once you’ve removed the front panel.
Once everything’s removed, you can slot the alternate one into place.
And then it’s silver.
Probably should have stuck with the black…