Question... I just ordered a new 2010 Mac Pro 3.33Ghz. hex core machine. I'd like to be able to put two SSD drives in the second optical bay (using the OWC Multi-Mount), but I'm short an SATA port (unless I remove the optical drive from the bay above). Is there any reasonably priced PCI-E internal SATA cards? I've seen the higher end Sonnet Tempo E4i 4 Port internal SATA card, but it's a bit overkill and doesn't support functioning as a boot drive. I also don't really care about hardware RAID as I'm planning on using SoftRAID to create the RAID groups both for the pair of SSD's that will function as my app/os and scratch volume as well as the four Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB drives sitting in the normal hard drive bays. My thought was I'd just use a single port off of an add-in card to run the DVD burner in the optical bay... and let the two SSD's use the SATA interfaces on the motherboard. But I can't find any simple cheap small SATA add-in cards, most of the cards are eSATA and send the ports outside. Any ideas? My other way of fixing this little problem would be to move the optical drive outside via an external 5.25 drive bay (something like the OWC Mercury Pro Case), which I'd really like to not have to do as I don't want any more cables/wires coming out of my computer and taking up space than I have too... I'm a pretty experienced IT guy by day, but I'm pretty darn new to Apple and building them up, so there is a bit of a learning curve going on here.