It's a project I'm starting on. I'll mount the motherboard, power supply, CD drive, and 9 hard drives to a sheet of Lexan. (kinda like plexiglass). Each hard drive will have its own access light and a label to indicate which drive letter each drive is and what I am using that drive for. (it won't be a 9 drive RAID array, although 8 of the drives will be plugged into a PCI RocketRAID 8 drive RAID controller) I wanted to take the covers off each drive and mount behind the lexan sheet so you can see them all working, but this particular model drive uses a permanent magnet inside the cover to control the coil that moves the head. The drives won't work with the cover off. I put the cover back on and the drive isn't ruined. Since I can't make the drives work with the cover off, I'll do the next best thing. I'll put a "drivelight" on each one. It's a circuit I made that is a circle of LEDs that instead of just flashing, when the drive is accessed, the next LED over lights up. Here is a picture of one of the already completed drivelights. I am preparing a customized Windows XP installation CD that will allow me to install XP with the "Windows" directory on the primary / C: drive, "Program Files" on a different drive, "Documents and Settings" on another, and after the installation, I will move the swap file to yet another drive, the folers \Windows\Temp and \Documents and Settings\(user)\Local Settings\Temp to another separate drive. That's 5 drives so far. The other 4 may end up being put in a RAID level 5 array and I'll put other stuff on that array. I think having the different directories on different drives would be cooler than a big RAID array, so that I can see which directory is being accessed at any given moment rather than see all drives being accessed all at once, although that would still be kinda cool.