Hi guys, Ok so It's about that time where I need to upgrade my mac pro (2008 model) My question is specifically hard drives. I'm thinking about getting a WD velociraptor (150 gig) to use as an os an app drive. Then the 320 gig hd that came with the mac pro would become a audio scratch drive and then a standard seagate hd to hold movies, documents etc. Are the velociraptors still worth getting over say a Samsung F1? (specifically this:http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168123 My only concern about the Samsung is I've seen quite a few reviews about reliability issues. In an ideal world I'd go for an SSD but I want to wait for them to come down in price more first. Also Will the velociraptor fit inside the Mac pro sled? I'm looking at the HLFS version http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149434 Would there be others you'd recommend? Also I have quite a lot of plugins (100+) that would take a long time to re-install (not to mention all the apps too) So I'm looking to streamline the process for an install of Snow leopard. My plan is to install Snow leopard fresh onto the new HD then either: A. Use super duper to clone the applications and system user files over. B. Use time machine to copy the info to the other drive C. Use migration assistant when booting off the SL drive for the first time. Out of those three which one would you go for? I know this is a fairly meaty post so thanks for your advice and reading!