I'm building a new DAW setup. DAW is the term for computer used to make music. For those of you unfamiliar, here are a few key points of what a DAW handles. 1 - run large, multitrack, multi DX plugin Reaper projects. reaper is very CPU effective but DX plugins are not. 2 - run heavy instances of Reason with a bunch of combinators. 3 - run VSTi's on occasion but probably not in conjunction with 1 and 2. that's basically it, the major three. a DAW typically has the following: 1 drive for bootdisk/programs/os/drivers/system blah blah blah, and then another drive (or several other drives as it may be) housing samples, recordings, project folders, etc etc etc. Should my boot/programs/etc. be a 10k drive? Or will a 7200 be just fine? Could you point me towards some high performers? I'd like to get high performing drives for both my boot and slave drive. Thank You!