I just got a 2009 Mac Pro and a Apple RAID card (black) and 4 WD Red 2TB drives. I know there's a limit of 2TB for Apple RAID card, correct? I am trying to create a volume in a RAID set but each time it gets to a certain point, I get the white screen of death, reboot, repeat... My steps: Create RAID5 set using all drives. Create RAID set fine, and reports that 5.23TB is available. Create Volume Max OS Extended (Journaled) Name: Red size 5.23 TB... as teh progress bar gets maybe 1/3 of the way... white screen of death, reboot, repeat. Sometimes it get to the point as I login it white screens immediately and I have to shutdown, pull two drives, reboot, set those drives as a RADI0 or RAID1 (so they stop trying to be a RAID5 with the other two, shutdown, plug them all back in, kill the raid set, and start over.. quite tedious.. I'm wondering... is there a max volume size as well? Must I chunk the available 5.23 TB into 2TB volumes?.. I've tried just a 2TB volume, and it went as far as 'initializing' with a long progress bar under RAID Mgr 'Tasks'.. but as soon as I tried to copy a file over, boom, white screen... must I wait until the initializing is complete before putting any files on? Or do I get sell the Apple RAID and get an Arica RAID card or whatever that other big brand one is? Thanks all.