Hi all, When my Mac Pro arrives, I plan on chucking quite a bit of storage into it. Two of the drives that will be used are currently connected to my PC, and are eSATA drives. Since I need to be able to transport them fairly regularly, I figured I'd connect them to the two "spare" SATA ports on the motherboard through the use of a backplate adaptor. Unfortunately, I've recently read that these two ports aren't usable under Bootcamp, so I think I need to buy a second SATA controller that both Windows and OSX can see. What I'd love to hear is advice on which expansion card to buy. Ideally, I want to be able to drive up to four external hard disks with it. It doesn't absoltely have to have eSATA ports on it, normal SATA ports are easily re-routed to external connectors so that's not a big deal to me. Ideally I don't want spend a whole lot on the card though, since the drives won't be used for RAID or high-performance tasks (one drive will be for Time Machine, the other for data I transport between work and home, usually large images and files). I know I can achieve both of these objectives with USB, but I would prefer to retain the performance level that I have grown used to with eSATA.