Call me crazy (don't), but I'm looking for extreme performance here. Not synthetic performance because I could care less, I need real world improvements. I'm debating picking up 4 relatively smaller SSDs (40gb/60gb) from OWC to put them in a RAID0 array in my Mac Pro. This wouldn't be for boot either (already have that taken care of). This is for data manipulation (particularly large photos within Lightroom). Adobe Lightroom isn't the fastest beast and I'm looking for a way to speed it up, and overall system performance. My other data drives are hooked up via eSATA. So, would this yield me real world performance increase? Is (4) disks too much or should I just go with 2? Is OWC (sandforce controller) currently the best? I've read reports about the Vertex 2, but I read of a lot of failures on Newegg, and I personally had a Vertex drive and it failed twice on me. Should I wait for the next Intel drives? How much faster are the OWC vs Intel drives? Would love any thoughts.