Hello everyone, I recently bought a Firmtek Seritek/e6G eSATA controller for my 2008 Mac Pro and am running into a problem with a 5-bay eSATA enclosure I am trying to connect to it; the system panics whenever the enclosure is connected, but works just fine in Windows 7 64-bit on the same machine. I've spent almost the entire day working on this and sent a message to Firmtek support a short time ago seeking advice, but I thought I'd post here to see if anyone has any ideas. I experience kernel panics whenever I connect the enclosure to the card in OS X. I have installed driver version 6.1.7 (the latest), but I still receive panics on both OS X 10.6.8 (32-bit and 64-bit modes) and OS X 10.8.2. The enclosure I am connecting is generic, but uses a Silicon Image 3726 port multiplier. My enclosure has 5 Lite-On IHAS-324 DVD burners installed. If I do not install the e6G driver, the enclosure seems to work all right, though without the port multiplier functionality; with no driver, only one disc appears on the desktop, as expected. With the driver installed and the enclosure powered on and connected at boot time for either OS X 10.6 or 10.8, the system will panic at the gray boot screen with the apple logo. If the enclosure is hot plugged after the system has successfully booted, the discs never mount on the desktop and the system always panics within about 1 minute. This does not seem to be a fundamental incompatibility or hardware problem because I have tested it in Windows on the same system. I installed Windows 7 64-bit in Boot Camp, installed the Windows driver for this controller card from the CD that came with the card, and there is no problem; all hardware works perfectly in Windows and I can play discs from every drive, so this problem is unique to OS X. Any ideas? Much appreciation in advance!