Ok, Like many of you, my Harpertown 2.8 | 8800GT will be here in 3-5 weeks. I ordered it with the stock 320 gig drive. No idea what model they're shipping with.. Anyhow, currently in the bowels of my PC reside the following SATA drives: 74 gig Raptor (model FLA-0..older model) 400 Gig WD SE16 (think I still have warranty left on it - not sure) 500 Gig Seagate 7200.10 (bought about 8 months ago) In addition, I have a WD 160 gig PATA drive in an external Bytecc cheapo Firewire enclosure. Been using that for backups for the Powerbook. The PC is going to be dismantled and sold, and I was planning on keeping the drives. However, I noticed on StorageReview that 1) my Raptor is nowhere near as fast as the newer 150 gig Raptor and 2) the WD 750 gig AAKS is a pretty damn good performer. Should I sell the Raptor and the 400 gig drive in favor of a 150 gig Raptor and a 750 gig drive? Should I just keep them all and deal with the space I'll have? (74+400+500+320 = ~1.3 TB). I think right now the 750's are a better value than the 1TB drives and, when on sale, can be had for ~.20 per gig. I was planning on using a separate disk for Windows, for the times I plan on gaming. Either VMWare or Parallels for when I'm not. The main use of the Mac Pro will be for Logic Studio. To that end, I have a MOTU Ultralite and a pair of KRK-ROKIT 5's. I also plan to upgrade to cut my teeth on Final Cut Express, and dabble in CS3. The 400 gig drive is formatted NTFS and contains all my Windoze stuff, save for the OS and games which are on the Raptor. Could one just add that drive after Windows has been bootcamped? Thanks in advance for your ideas. *Edit* - wait! I think I'm also gonna need a new desk. I'm outta space. I have an older Ikea corner desk with hutch. I like the Ikea Galant series b/c you can bolt several together to get what you need. I think I'd be lost without a hutch & they don't make one for the Galant. And there's nowhere to hide wires (i.e. no backdrop-type things).