Has anyone run into this one? I'm running Mac OS 9.1 on a G4 with an ATTO PCI card that gives me a regular SCSI and an Ultra SCSI chain via those new mini 50 pin outputs. On the regular SCSI output I have been using a DDS-3 tape backup drive (traditional 50-pin Centronic connecters), and recently ordered a new Yamaha 16x CD burner, which I intended to daisy chain to the tape drive, either before or after. When the Yamaha unit arrived, I found that it had only the mini-50 pin connections. I was able to find a mini-50 to Centronic-50 SCSI cable at the local store, and after making sure my SCSI IDs were unique, and that the Yamaha was terminated, I connected the CD burner in series to the tape drive. (Chain looked like this: mini 50 pin out of PCI to Centronics 50 pin tape drive... Centronics 50 pin out of tape drive into mini 50 pin CD burner). Now the problem: the CD burner worked perfectly, but as long as the tape drive was in the chain, the upload and download speed slowed to a microscopic crawl. When I disconnected the CD burner (and terminated the tape drive) the transfer speeds returned to normal. Anyone have any ideas how I can make this work without constantly connecting and disconnecting my gear, which is definitely high on the "pain in the ass" index?