I'm torn; it would seem to me that a device like Kingston's DataTraveler Secure with 256-bit AES hardware encryption would be as secure, and that typing in a password would be as easy a deterrent. The only plus I can think of is that with most secure thumbdrives, you can still format them if you don't have the password, you just can't access the data without it. The Corsair probably prevents both.
Intel Q9450 @3.2GHz, Gigabyte GA EP45-UD3P, 4 x 2GB G.Skill @4-4-4-12
Antec P160SW case (modded), Xigmatek 750w PSU
3x 500GB (RAID-5), , OptiArc 7200S, ASUS E818A3T
Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer, Hauppauge HVR-1800, Radeon 4890