OK, so I drive a big truck and like having my whole music collection at my fingertips while driving. In the past what I've done it trap my Macbook Pro to the passenger seat and use my remote and FrontRow to change tracks. This worked pretty well except that the rough roads and rough ride of the truck kills regular hard drives fairly quickly. Replacing the drives every 6 months gets old. I need at least 1TB of storage for my iTunes media, I do not want to split it up to different drives. The drives used need to be SSD's to handle the 130k+ miles of abuse a year. The bumps don't seem to effect the computers main drive, either because of the motion sensor or iTunes being able to run in memory and not need the drive to spin up. I was thinking of using a Drobo with 2.5" drive adapters. If anyone has any better suggestions for an enclosure I'm all ears. I'm not concerned about speed with the drives, just reliability. None of these drives will ever be used as a system drive, just media storage and playback. What drives would you guys recommend? Would this be possible for under $1500? Any other suggestions for such a project? Thanks.