Hey guys, just looking for some realistic input on adding to/changing my current storage setup as I'm running out of space! Current setup: early 08' mac pro External: 160gb FW drive for iTunes Music Internal: -150gb Raptor --> Boot drive/Apps -750gb currently used for all other media -320gb for windows -1 tb for backing up the boot, media, itunes drives via time machine. Now I'm pretty happy with the overall performance of the current configuration and my instinct is to keep the current internal setup but consolidate dvd/bluray rips from the media drive and music from the iTunes drive onto a set of larger external drives. Photos and other working media that need the speed of the internal would stay on the 750gb drive. Basically, I'm wondering whether that is the best/most cost efficient route and if it is, how would you set up the external(s). Single enclosure with RAID1, 2 separate externals (one backing the other up using something like superduper), firewire, eSATA, etc. ? Granted my music and movies aren't the most critical files in the world but I'd like to make sure they are backed up. I'd say the most bandwidth intensive use I'd have for the externals would be streaming HD movies from the drive to my PS3 over a local network. Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks!