Hi there - Using a MacPro5,1 12-core 3.33, and High Sierra running off a PCIe SSD - is it preferable to NOT partition 4x 3.5" 2TB 7200s in a RAID.10, OR, would it be reasonable to first partition each of the 4x HDDs identically into 3 vary-sized sections (A/B/C) and then build RAID.10s with each of the 4x A's (small sized), 4x B's (large) and 4x C's (medium)? In order to minimize fragmentation, the bulk of the large partition (2nd away from hub) and medium partition (furthest away from hub) are mostly static audio instrument files that are rarely tweaked or modified, but primarily stream data to session work being done on the smaller (closest to the hub) partition which will be the liveliest doing DAW-based audio sessions. The alternative, making just one no-partitioned RAID.10 with full capacity of the 4x HDDs, would be to load all the static files first and the most active audio sessions last, hopefully keeping fragmentation to just the outer area of the plates. Higher READ speeds are preferred to WRITE speeds. Which would you recommend? Thank you for your help.