Pros Its fast, compact, and just works.
Cons Nothing yet.
Summary I ran onto a special deal on OfficeDepot and picked up 4 60 GB drives for approximately $25 each. I couldn't believe the price and after doing some research I snapped them up. I installed them in a RAID 0 configuration which my ASUS mb supported natively. I first configured it and booted from my old standard 1 TB disk drive. Windows 7 64 detected the array and installed any needed drivers. I then used 'Macrium Reflect' to clone my boot partition to the Raid 0 disk set. It did it perfectly. Then I rebooted and went into my bios and changed it so my Raid Array was the boot device. It booted without a hitch and then all I had to do was swap my drive letters around appropriately for the partitions on the old boot drive so that all the files would be seen to be in the right places and absolutely no hiccups.
I have one more SATA connection available. This went so well I plan to get me a larger SSD and then use the old 1 TB strictly as a backup. Couldn't have went better if they had installed themselves.