My motherboard has a built-in SATA controller by Silicon Image, and I have an SATA RAID card as well, which gives me all the SATA ports I need. The problem is, my motherboard's BIOS uses the same boot device designation -- "SCSI" -- for both the onboard SATA controller and the SATA RAID controller I added, so I can't specify which one I want to be included in the boot sequence, or in which order I want them to boot. This was never a problem until I added a hot-swappable drive bay, but now I can't have the hot-swappable disk plugged in during bootup or the motherboard BIOS shits itself trying to boot from the hot-swap disk. I need a PCI SATA controller (no RAID, cheap software RAID, whatever) that lets me explicitly set it as non-bootable, so the motherboard BIOS will skip over it during bootup. If it has an eSATA port on the back, even better. It doesn't need to support SATA DVD drives; I can just keep using the onboard controller for that. Anyone have any suggestions?