So, I'm looking to buy an external hard drive. One of the 1 TB ones (2x500GB) that can do RAID1, because while I don't need 1 TB of space (or 500 right now, for that matter) I want some redundancy for all of my important stuff. A few things it needs to have: 1. Hardware RAID1. I've seen a few that do hardware RAID0, or let you do software RAID1. I don't want my RAID array to be at the mercy of the OS, and I plan on using this drive on multiple computers, so I just don't think software would work. 2. Firewire 800. 3. And then, of course, it's gotta be reliable. I was looking at the WD MyBook drive, and while it meets 1 and 2, 3 seems to be iffy. The NewEgg and Amazon reviews aren't so hot. It seems like the most common problem is the fan sounds like a 747 taking off. And the firmware update to fix that has the tendency to brick the drive. Maxtor's Amazon reviews are even worse. And while the LaCie seems to be great, it only does RAID0. And Seagate doesn't really have anything, but they own Maxtor, and with the Maxtor reviews, I don't know if I'd want Seagate either. So, I'm not really sure where else to look. I've been thinking about just taking my chances with the MyBook, but I dunno. Any advice? Brands I missed? Thanks.