When I first got my Raptors, I abused the hell out of them; stacked three tall, with no cooling whatsoever, and I'm pretty sure they've got a bunch of bad sectors now because when I run chkdsk /r, there's one point where they start chattering like crazy, presumably reading data from spare sectors because the originals have gone bad. That, and my bootup time is painful and my benchmarks show a dip in transfer speed somewhere between 20-30% of the array's capacity. So, time to get new hard drives that haven't had the fuck beat out of them yet. I have a cooled cage, so that's not an issue anymore. I'd like to replace these with whatever is the fastest available, though probably not new Raptors because this is an old computer now and it's not worth that much money. I'm looking for something around 250-400GB of total storage space, so 125-200GB per disk. If I just can't get disks that small that also perform worth a damn anymore, then larger is fine, of course. Suggestions?