Actually, I have a question for one of you tech gurus... Now it's become standard practice to use the SATA II interface for hooking up multiple drives, SataII to ESata for external drives and all that jazz. It's a fast interface at 3 gb per second and the connection is clean and well designed, somewhat like a USB interface, although far better, faster and better made for things LIKE hard drives... So my question is this: How -theoretically- possible is it to create a driver that would allow SATAII networking, hooking a small red (or blue) molex cable up to a SATA port on the motherboard of PC 1, then the other end to the SATA port on PC 2... We can do it via USB, why can't we do it with SATA jacks? Or can we? I mean, it would make file transfers a breeze at 3gb per second... It would be fantastic in my opinion. But how possible is it to achieve?