Hi guys I have a 2008 8 x 2.8Ghz Mac Pro that iI use in my studio. I'm going to buy a SSD soon, for my boot drive. I currently have these drives (not including my 2 externals): Bay 1: Samsung F3 1TB (System drive) Bay 2: Samsung F3 1TB (Main 'Audio' Drive) Bay 3: Samsung F1 750GB (TimeMachine Backup of the above two drives (they are not full)) Bay 4: Stock Apple 500GB HD (This still has 10.5 System drive on it in case any old projects don't open) I haven't needed the Bay 4 drive in a long time, so will probably wipe that and use it as extra backup. I also have the two External drives i use as backups for some extra redundancy. Anyway to get to the point, i was hoping to get an SSD for the OS/apps, and Software RAID0 the 2 x 1GB Samsung F3's for audio data, for faster sample streaming and shorter project load times. Then i want to use the rest of the drives to back up frequetly, with time machine and CCC. However my situation is that i'm in a studio that unfortunately has occasional power cuts (main trip switch) - perhaps one to two a week. Currently I haven't lost any data other than what's lost from not saving whatever i'm working on before the cut occurs. If running a software RAID 0 setup of the two F3 drives, is there more likelihood of losing data under these circumstances (power cuts)? The Mac is on a surge protector, but i'm worried about using a software RAID 0 setup as i read that it was more prone to failure/corruption/data loss during power cuts/surges. Is this true? Thanks! Eddie P.S. - Yes, i'm working to resolve the power cuts in the first place, but it's proving to be a very tricky problem to fix!