Hi all, I am thinking about upgrading my external hard drive setup. Right now I have two external Seagate drives, a 400 GB for media (movies and TV shows) and a 160 GB that's a copy of my 160 GB internal drive. I'm rapidly running out of space on the 400 gig drive, and was thinking about getting a 1 TB drive to replace both externals (making a 160 GB partition for backups of my internal drive, and leaving the rest for media storage). This would also reduce desktop clutter (and let's face it, I'm a sucker for an uncluttered desk). Is there a reason that this would be a particularly dumb idea? The drive I am looking at in particular is the Lacie Big Disk Triple interface 1 TB disk. The online reviews aren't great, but let's face it--how many people write reviews when their hard drives *don't* fail? An alternative would be to build my own, but I don't know how to do that with more than one drive. (Also--I know my current setup doesn't have a backup of my media...the stuff I want to keep permanently I burn to DVD periodically.) Thanks!