Hi There. I have a few questions concerning setting up this drive/s and also wondering if anyone could give me some real world transfer rates that I may get from this drive. I have a 15" rMBP (2.7GHz i7 / 16GB RAM & 768 GB SSD) + a 27" Thunderbolt Display and my main uses for it are photographic editing + using HandBrake and Make MKV to rip and convert our Bluray movies & TV shows for XMBC. I hate using BD players and much prefer to have the uncompressed rips viewed via XBMC, especially TV shows Currently all my storage is on my windows computer ... so I edit, convert and rip on Mac and then transfer to a USB3 HDD and then transfer again to the Windows comp. I'd like to now move to a Thunderbolt drive/s for storage and get rid of the windows computer all together. What I was thinking of doing is getting 2 x 6TB LaCie 2big Thunderbolt and setting up all 4 drives inside the two cases as RAID 0 for max speed when transferring from the MBP's SSD. All my data from these two LaCie's will also backed up again to USB 3 drives, so I'm not to concerned about using RAID 0 and data loss ... just time consuming. The thought of having a fast 12TB TB HDD is very appealing !! What I would like to know, is what sort of experience people are getting when transferring large 5GB to 30GB BluRay rips etc from an SSD (MBP) to a RAID 0 Thunderbolt drive/s ... especially the 6TB LaCie? I see lots of bench marking with these drives from programs, but are these the same as what I could expect with real world moving of files ... will they be around 300 MB/s? Also, one last thing regarding the set-up of these drives. From what I understand ... I would attach one 6TB drive to the back of the Cinema Display's TB port and then daisy chain the 2nd drive to the 1st drive ... is this correct? I also understand I could then attach another couple of devices still via daisy chaining. Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated. Cheers !