Can someone please recommend me a good performance S-ATA 8MB cache hard disk to buy for the new computer I'm building? The HD will be used as my main hard disk, for running the operating system and doing digital-video capture and MPEG-2 conversions, playing games, etc. The drive has to be reliable as well, something that doesn't fail quickly, one that takes a constant thrashing (constant read and writes, because I'll be doing video capture/editing/conversions, etc). The bigger, the better. I have looked at Wester Digital, Seagate Baracuda, Maxtor, etc, all saying theirs is the best, etc, but we don't know who to believe. Processor will be a 3.2 GHz Intel, so the drive has to be something that doesn't act as too much of a bottleneck on system speed. I know about the WD 10,000 rpm drive, but that's too small and (I beleive) expensive. Thanks.