Update #2: Transfer using SSD. I used two Crucial M4 64GB SSDs (FW0009). Using the same 6.22GB file. 1) Block Size 64K TO Drive - 207MB/s - Peak 216MB/s FR Drive - 183MB/s - Peak 204MB/s 2) Block Size 128K TO Drive - 214MB/s - Peak 220MB/s FR Drive - 188MB/s - Peak 192MB/s 3) Block Size 256K TO Drive - 214MB/s - Peak 220MB/s FR Drive - 188MB/s - Peak 222MB/s UPDATE #1: With Transfer rates. I only did one transfer per configuration, using a 6.22GB Quicktime file, reading from a 6Gbps SSD to the TB Drive, and back again. 1) 1 7200RPM 500GB Drive 6.22GB File TO Drive - 67 secs = 93MB/s - Peak 106MB/s FR Drive - 60 secs = 103MB/s - Peak 119.5MB/s 2) 2 7200RPM 500GB Drives - Raid 0 6.22GB File - Block Size 256K TO Drive - 41 secs = 152MB/s - Forgot to note Peak FR Drive - 32 secs = 194MB/s - Peak 197.5MB/s Block Size 128K TO Drive - 41 secs = 152MB/s - Peak 175.5MB/s FR Drive - 32 secs = 194MB/s - Peak 202MB/s Block Size 64K TO Drive - 38 secs = 163.6MB/s - Peak 193MB/s FR Drive - 32 secs = 194 MB/s - Peak 197MB/s Block Size 32K TO Drive - 39 secs = 159MB/s - Peak 185MB/s FR Drive - 31 secs = 200MB/s - Peak 199.9MB/s 3) 1 5400RPM Seagate 1TB Drive TO Drive - 72 secs = 86MB/s - Peak 96MB/s FR Drive - 72 secs = 86MB/s - Peak 96MB/s Original Post: A few of you asked if I could post pictures of the Little BigDisk's innards, so here ya go. 1TB Model: Only 1 of these screws was actually covered by a gray decal. Remove 4 long screws and both caps fall off the case. The two screws on the side release the interior assembly. The top drive is fastened by *only* the two top screws. The bottom drive is fastened with the two bottom screws, and an additional four screws on the bottom, seen below. Almost complete disassembly. The remaining interior caps are both removable, and the metal bracket lifts right off its posts. Hitachi 3Gbps drives. P/N: H2T5001672S It was way too easy to remove this sata connector from the board. I have no idea what is what, but there it is.