Look, I have a book that comprehensively covers all kinds of USB bourne attacks. USB hacksaws had a whole chapter dedicated to them. They are an amazing attack yes, but they are outdated. They rely on autorun being enabled, so that the computer will read autorun.inf in the drive root and read the instruction to execute the payload. Autorun was disabled by default in XP SP3, and on all Windows OSes after. Sorry to burst your bubble.