Chances of that happening I would presume is pretty low compared to me dropping my case when I am taking it to my car
.. But, if it does, I would go to the store immediately and buy a lottery ticket.
In anycase, storing pictures and data for a home user is not gonna take up 160 GB dude. Movies is another thing. But why the hell would anyone keep movies on their HDD instead of burning them on to a CD or DVD? That's just nuts.
Perhaps, I didn't state what I wanted to say properly. Companies and such do Raid 1 for their data. And perhaps, I shouldn't have said "people do it for this or that" since anyone (including u) can come and say "well I use Raid 1 for the data". I can't argue with that.
What I meant was, "pesonally" I don't see why anyone would use Raid 1 for anything other than protecting their apps. IMO, the home user really does not need 100+GB, if they make good use of DVDs to store read-only large files permanently. Just my opinion. They can use my setup which is probably safer and a lot cheaper.
And even for apps they can just get Norton Ghost. So, I don't really see any practical value of Raid 1 for home users. Which is probably why a lot of people don't use it.