Hey guys, newegg JUST sold out of the $120 hitachi 2TB drives.. boo. Actually, I bought the last 2 they had. I needed 4. Now I have a question: I have an ICH10R raid controller which so far as has been really great for my needs in a raid 5. But I need to upgrade the drives as 900GB array isn't enough. If I build the raid 5 with 2 drives can I just add drives later to expand the capacity and when I do so it will just rebuild the array? Reason I ask is I saw this on intel's website: Building or buying a PC with a single Serial ATA hard drive, then upgrading to RAID at a later date is typically not a simple task, as it requires the reinstallation of the OS and applications. However, an Intel Express chipset with Intel Matrix Storage Technology** can be more easily upgraded to RAID capabilities when adding one or more additional Serial ATA hard drive(s). The Intel® Matrix Storage Manager software (included with platforms supporting Intel Matrix Storage Technology) handles the configuration and migration while running in the background, allowing users to surf the Web or read e-mail during the process. Once the migration is complete, dramatic increases in data protection or storage performance are available. I wouldn't ordinarily think so but that makes me think its possible?