I'm weighing the Pro's and Con's of replacing my failing C: drive with two drives RAID'ed together. I had planned to go the RAID-1+0 route, but the more research I do, the less of a good idea it sounds. I'm only looking at RAID variations that let me use ALL of my capacity (rather than waste an entire drive for backup), so RAID 1, 1+0 and 5 are off the table (my Mboard does not support 0+1). That leaves RAID-0 and JBOD. I hear varying reports that RAID-10 doesn't always result in performance gains, and naturally, by making two drives so interdependent, if one fails, they both fail, essentially doubling your risk of catastrophic drive failure. JBOD ("Just a Bunch Of Disks") wouldn't result in any speed gain, but wastes less space than partitioning the drives separately, and if one fails, you don't lose all your data. So what are others out there using? Any recommendations? Performance issues? Maybe I'd be better off just not sing RAID at all?