From: BC Canada
I've been using SCSI rigs since my introduction to computers. This is no longer viable since large SCSI drives don't exist, & even the 300GB variants are worth a mortgage payment. So, I'm moving away from SCSI. I use to rip audio with my Plextor PX-40TSi & am wondering if there's a modern day 'equivalent' type drive that would make a good replacement. I don't care if it's a reader or writer, or whether it's ATA or SATA. Any suggestions?
I have all the money I need, until I have to buy something...