Okay, A lot of people have asked what RAID is. RAID is: Rapid Array of Inexpensive Disks. The first 2 kinds are: RAID 0 (Zero). RAID 0 is where 2 or more drives are mapped into a single large volume. Good for massive storage, bad for redundancy. RAID 1. RAID 1 is mapping multiple drives identically. This is done to create redundancy for the purpose of Data protection. RAID 1+0 (I'm assuming) is a pair of RAID 0 volumes mapped by software as RAID1. That is: A RAID 1 made up of a group of RAID 0 volumes. Could someone explain the other types so we can have them for the record?