My 2.6 GHz i7 mini arrives on Halloween morning. I've already ordered the 16 GB memory and 256 GB SSD from Crucial (arrive the day before). I also have a few 3 TB drives coming from Amazon ($120 right now - link) and a RAID-1 USB3 enclosure from OWC. My goal in upgrading is to get something that's as fast as possible compared to my current 1.83 GHz C2D mini. OS and the majority of my files will go on the SSD. Larger files will go on the external RAID. So, that raises the question: what to do with that internal 1 TB drive? I was originally thinking about keeping both the 1 TB and the SSD internal (with OWC's data doubler), but since I decided to go external RAID, that's not really needed anymore. I could sell it, but that could cause problems if I ever need warranty service, since it would be obvious that I'd opened the machine up. I could keep it around, but honestly I don't see myself using it at all, even in an external enclosure. It'll probably be too small to be useful as a Time Machine drive. I could, of course, go ahead with the data doubler and keep it internal, but I just don't see myself using it for anything. I could also stick it in my current mini, which I plan to keep around as a headless home server. But again, not sure what I'd do with all that space in that machine. Just having a real hard time finding a use for this thing - seems like such a waste to have 1 TB sitting around unused. What would you do?