Hi, Some months ago I purchased a LaCie Little Big Disk 200GB. It's an external HDD with two 2,5" 7200RPM hdd's paired as a raid 0 system. Great on paper, horribly risky in practice. So, *stupid me* started using this disk as a backup device for some important data. Of course the disk has started to malfunction. When I plug it in, there's this terrible clicking noise and it no longer mounts. I have already voided the warranty as I opened it up thinking/hoping it was a faulty connection. To all you smart-asses out there, please don't start telling me that I should not have opened it and sent it in for repair. When on a business trip in a remote part of the world, and you desperately need access to the data on that device... sending it in for a warranty repair is simply not an option. So... I'm faced with the following choices: 1. I buy the exact same disk and pray that it was just a faulty raid card and not a faulty disk. 2. Call La Cie and see if I can order a replacement Raid Card (has anybody tried that?). A third option that I would prefer, but not 100% sure about, is to buy the 320GB version of the little big disk. open it up, swap the drives with the old ones, backup my data, and continue using the 320GB disks. Has anybody tried that before? Are the raid cards identical between the 200GB and 320GB models? Or should I play safe and stick with the 200GB model? Any advise would be really helpful. Thanks in advance.