Ok, the way i understand it is that the RAID0 configuration employs no error checking... at all. So why is it that so many users want to use a SATA-Raid0 setup, if something unfortunate were to happen then the whole drive would require a format surely? I personally havent setup or configured a system utilising raid, so i have had little need to investigate it much further, however i was wondering if some of the users of Raid here on OSNN could justify just why they dont choose a error-checking system to protect their data. Is it cost? Is it the difficulty of implementation? i just dont understand.