Okay, so I've filled out my poor PowerMac G5 with drives. I don't want to waste my money on hard-to-install drive brackets, so I've come up with: - cheap, but quality, standard IDE ATA-133 RAID card, 2 cheap WD 40 GB hard drives, in a RAID setup. Flat cables go OUT from a PCI socket bracket opening (i'll pop the metal off). It should work alright. The OBVIOUS problem lies with the power supply. The PowerMac logic board supplies no standard molex plugs. So I will need to know where the +12V stream is, and hardwire a 12V DC adaptor to the drive with maximum seperation between the cabling (plastic padding?) However, do the drives need +5V too? I'd probably put the drive in 2 seperate cardboard boxes and hide them somewhere. Sounds feasible?