Hello All, Long ago my father's Power Mac G4 MDD died. It featured two IDE hard drives that were paired by Disk Utility in a "concatenated disk set". We've all long since moved onto modern Macs however he now realizes there are photos on there he wants to retrieve. He went out without my knowledge and got a quote from a data recovery place for $80. I'd like to avoid this if possible, but the whole concatenated disk set thing sounds like it could be a problem. Frankly I doubt the recovery guy even understands what he's in for here and may demand a higher fee from my father. I have old IDE external drives that I can connect via FireWire to my Mac mini, but only one at a time. Is there any way to get the data off my drive(s) like this? I wager one won't work without the other. Should I just go find another G4 on Craigslist or something for $15? Any advice appreciated. I'm stumped on this one!