Hello. Is there any benefit to running Dual SSD's in RAID on a Late 2011 MacBook Pro? I have 2 Samsung 850 Pro 512gb SSD's installed internally (1 in the main drive, 1 in the optical drive via OWC Data Doubler).. Both tested and running at full speed @ 6G/SATA-III.. I do music production with tons of audio channels and tons of CPU-intensive plugins.. It's common for me to spend 12+ hours/day in Logic X, so I'm looking for maximum performance with the type of work for I'm doing.. I am pretty anal-retentive about backing up my data.. Typically I will back-up important projects and folders several times a day to my Lacie 1TB external thunderbolt HD.. In addition to this, I also have a 2TB Apple Time Capsule connected via Ethernet, which is constantly doing its backups throughout the day.. With all this being said.. Would I benefit by linking these two superfast SSDs in RAID? (And increase their speed from 6G and 6G to a solid 12G, mega-fast) I already constantly backup important files several times through the day, as well as have my Apple Time Capsule running via Ethernet all day as well.. What do you guys think? I know they say RAID is risky because you can potentially lose all your data, but would I benefit from the increased speeds with the type of work I'm doing? I've also heard that RAID 0 is SLOWER for smaller file files.. Is that true? I work mostly with small(ish) audio files.. but am also frequently moving around large sample libraries/folders.. In addition, I'm constantly backing up my files and have Time Machine running.. So is this something I would even need to be worried about and would RAID be something that would be beneficial for me? thanks!