I am going to go ahead and get this: http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Sonnet Technologies/TSATA6SSDPSE/ But I keep going over this one subject like a bad dream over and over: All I need is 1 TB of boot drive storage, which WILL have a bootable back up external drive. But I can't decide wether to get 2 500 GB Crucial SSDs and RAID 0 them <or> get 2 1 TB Crucial SSDs and RAID 1. The machine is the Mac Pro 3,1 8 Core 2.66. There is a separate drive for users already setup. This will be used primarily 90% of the time as a Server with the moderate use of final cut editing of some clips once or twice a month. I want my boot time and application launch time improved which I know this will happen. The only question is. HOW RELIABLE will my SSDs be. I have been using the Crucial 500GB M500 SSD and it's been incredible on the MacBook Pro. As you may know if I RAID 0 2x500 GB SSDs the PRICE will be saving me $400 and the speed will be double (GEEZ) if I RAID 1 2x1TB SSDs the PRICE will be doubled and the speed will be half. So we are talking about a 4x multiplier here (or 400% overall efficiency / 100% efficiency) vs (Twice the Reliability). The Server part is mainly an Xcode Server with Git / SVN Repositories, so I have to have concurrency. Thing is I feel like SSDs are just SOOooo.. much more reliable! I have gone over drive failures charts vs older HDs (eh). Do any of you feel I should take the risk? Save the Money and get the Speed? I am 60/40 leaning towards going that way. Is this a no brainer? I am I just out of touch when it comes to SSD reliability? Or is the speed difference not going to be that noticeable due to the fact that ONE SSD by ITSELF with be PLENTY fast! Thanks let me know, and I will be wrapping this up by January 15th. Laters.. one note: All of my machines (except MacBooks) are RAID 1 or RAID 10, and ALL backed up externally. So the security is SO PLEASANT. No worries at all. Years go by and I sleep well no problems.