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2. RAID0 with drive 3 (captured material only)
3. RAID0 with drive 2
4. Projects and other resources, with preview/cache files.
1. OS & Apps
2. Temp Files / low bandwidth storage and archival
3. RAID0 w/drive 4
4. RAID0 w/drive 3
Just note that RAID0 is only necessary if you need to read multiple streams at one time. Lots of PIPs or compositing or split screen projects benefit from faster drives (RAID0). Standard cut and transitions don't really call for RAID0.