Yeah, but sadly I had my first RAID0 failure over the weekend. Barf!!! The array didn't become immediately unusable it would still boot but it hung up for a minute or so several times during the boot process. Event viewer recorded disk0 errors and the BIOS array tool said that a drive had failed. I even managed to play games for most of the weekend without too many dramas. So yesterday I backed up all my savegames and a few other bits and pieces I hadn't backed up recently and had a fiddle with the onboard array config (I wanted to see if I could remove the drive altogether and still keep the array running- didn't hold out much hope because it was drive 0 in the array)- and promptly rooted it totally. Rebuild time! The disks I am using are Raptors circa 2003 - I bought them from a work "old hardware auction" so they are VERY likely to fail hahaha.