Hey All, I want to have a good backup solution for my Macs that is reliable and as near to foolproof as possible. I was thinking of this setup, but I think it might be overkill: Time Capsule (500GB) USB RAID Enclosure with 2 1TB drives in RAID1 config plugged into TC's USB port I would use the 1TB RAID array as my Time Machine backup disk (shared among my Macs) and the 500GB drive on the TC as NAS. Now, am I going overboard by having the external disk being a RAID array? While I don't want to depend on just one disk to backup my stuff, isn't having a Time Machine disk enough backup if my primary drive fails in my Mac? And if the Time Machine disk fails, I still have the disks on the Macs. So any advantage to having an external RAID array, besides for the added redundancy which may be overkill? Thanks!