I'm debating whether to go with two ATA drives striped using RAiD 0(OWC) for my large sample library collection or going with SSD(s). I still haven't downloaded SampleTank 3 which I bought with the preorder sale because it's over 300GB. I know SSDs are over-all faster and much faster for access time but RAID 0 should do a pretty decent job loading large instruments like LASS and Garritan CFX Grand if the drives are kept optimized. I can have have four TB of storage, never using more than half of that with the RAID 0 drives for about half the price of one TB of SSD storage. I'm not into production right now but I don't want to have to take a walk because of loading times either. I'll always have all my samples backed up on a separate HD in case one of the RAID drives fails.