I have a 2TB RAID 0 that houses all my video files and such. (My system is on another disk) Many times I do conversions of very large files (50+gb). Since my RAID 0 is already reading that file it is bad to also have it writing the new file to the same array? Should I have my computer writing to another disk when reading from one? I thought the RAID array was supposed to easy system woes but this seems like an obvious bottleneck. I haven't experienced any problems with speed when having it read and write to the same drive but I'm worried if it's bad for the array (taxing it to read and write at the same time like that). I do hear the heads clicking rapidly when I've done it in the past. Which is why I've recently been having it write to my system disk when doing these conversions. I then copy the file back to the array. Is this needless concern on my behalf? Maybe I just don't fully understand how modern systems work.