Maybe someone knows, but I have not been able to find an answer yet. With the new z68 chip set SSD caching you can cache a raid. Would this be a bad thing to do, since you could be bottlenecking your raid drive? I was thinking of doing a single 4 drive raid 0 with an Intel 510 ssd for video this seems like a bad idea since while ssd's are great for quick file fetching they might handy cap sequential read/writes if it all has to go thru the caching process?Then I am not sure a video file would be cached since the file itself would most likely be to large for the cache system to say it needs to cache? I would like it if it ment smoother raid performance, but am worried it would force the raid to the specs of the SSD drive.