Title says it all. I'm attempting to build my own external harddrive enclosure. Here's my brainstorm... -Cheap case w/ slots for 8ish harddrives probably 5.25 bays. -Put harddrives in removal rack enclosures. -Use a bridgeboard system so a motherboard isnt needed. -power supply somehow triggered by a switch and maybe individual switches per bay. -firewire w/ daisy-chained harddrives to my Imac. Any of this seem possible? I have like 4 externals right now and its annoying to have so many cables and individual boxes stacked on top of each other. I'd like to make those portable as they should be and make a home rack harddrive system without making it a full blown computer w/ motherboard and Cpu and ram and all that fun stuff... just a bigger expanded drive enclosure. The ones i've seen online run for 300-500 and thats just for a 4bay system. Plus if i get this working right I should be able to expand it to even more drives later. Links to possible parts would be fantastic since I have no idea where to start. What do you all think? Am I crazy?