Does the order in which mixed firewire 400 and 800 devices are chained matter regarding speed? I'm hoping to daisychain 3 firewire devices: 1) External hard drive "A", which has only FW 400 ports. 2) A Sony DV deck, which has only FW 400. 3) External hard drive "B", which has FW 400 and FW 800. The FW 800 drive "B" would connect to the computer via FW 800. It makes perfect sense to me that if the FW 800 was in the middle of the chain, its data would be bottlenecked in whatever direction it travels. My question though is...If the FW 800 drive is the device that is connected directly to the computer's FW 800 port, will that FW 800 drive send data at FW 800 speeds? Or is it the case that if any single FW 400 device is in the chain, that brings the whole chain down to FW 400 speeds (regardless of placement in the chain)? Thanks (from a 1st time poster).