Yeah, I just used the Plug n play to get them connected, but if I'd known then what I know now, I wouldn't have done it. Should have just upgraded the drive from day one. Its frustrating that trying to do things the "right" way and not void the warranty causes headaches later once you're ready to open up that case. I'm definately not that familiar with the internal workings of a drive, but if I try and mess it up, it won't hurt anything if I just decide to unpair the drives and use WinMFS to copy over the failed attempt on the new drive, will it? Right now, I have an unusable 1TB drive with everything copied to it, so I'd be willing to give it a shot.