Quick question about my my home recording computer. I have had a few posts on here asking for advice about hardware for a studio, but this is just for my home setup. Where I personally record. My Setup is: DELL DIMENSION E520 Intel Core Duo E6300 2 cpu @186ghz Dell 0wg864 (main board) Intel P965/G965 Nvidia GeForce 7300 LE 5gb ddr ram 200GB SATA HDD EMU 1616M Interface Yahama DTXpress III (into midi superior drummer) Cubase 5 Windows 7 64bit So my question is mainly about hdd, I am looking to add one or if necessary two more drives to speed up the system and reduce latency. I am thinking of getting a 64gb ssd to run the OS on. Should my daw and vsts then go on my standard sata drive or should they go on the ssd with the OS software? I guess I am asking whether I need a drive for each thing, OS, DAW, VST, Audio writing, or how best to divide them between a SSD and a Sata drive. Would a third drive be beneficial? The actual reason I am upgrading: In the past I have generally only ever recorded one track at a time. So latency has not become an issue as I can tweak the buffer size as I go. But recently I have been doing sessions with a drummer. The drummer going into the Daw through the an electronic kit into the Emu midi, as well as my normal guitar track going via the audio interface. Latency is becoming an issue there. To get the drums to sound when hit, the buffer has to go so low that I cannot use another track without severe pops. Now I am pretty sure my ram and processor can handle it, so I am looking into upgrading the hdd as mentioned above. Hope that made sense? Any Ideas?