in the late 90's and early 2000's ... i was totally into SCSI RAID arrays; you couldn't have paid me to use IDE. i used an LVD SCSI RAID 0 array for about three years and at the time, it totally smoked anything, RAID or otherwise, from the IDE sector. spent 1500 bucks on a sick ass DPT RAID controller and was getting sustained rates of 40meg+ a second (late 90's mind you) is this still the case? with the introduction of SATA drives and since i know longer make a gazillion dollars a year (internet boom rocked!) ... i've simply gone with the standard 7200RPM SATA drives and have been happy for my day to day use. but, is high-end SCSI still *way* faster than high-end SATA? i haven't looked at the latest offerings from the SCSI area in a *long* time ... anybody running latest tech SCSI RAIDS? how do the compare to SATA RAIDS?