My boot time right now from power button to usable desktop is extremely fast with a single X25-M SSD... I was wondering if setting up a software RAID0 of two SSDs would result in a longer boot time? I mean, does it take a long time for the software RAID0 to initialize on boot up? If it will cause me to have a slower boot time because of this "initialization" then I think I'll leave well enough alone. I would hate for my boot time to be twice as long, or even a little longer... I also noticed a member here (VR) had this to say about SSD Raid0... This makes me believe that a SSD Raid0 really has no "holy cow" speed increase in regard to everyday use, except when it comes to large file transfers. So, if a RAID0 of two SSDs will cause me to have a longer boot time, and it doesn't even provide a large increase in performance except in large file transfer situations, then it looks like I will save my money and forget the SSD RAID0 idea (provided all of this info is correct, I dunno). Anyone have any thoughts on this? Thanks.