These would make an interesting Super-Large RAMDisk, though. Fill them with easily replicable data, such as matching incoming items with a warehouse's orders and incoming item lists.
Or on our audio software, load up the 64-million tones and match those against any other signal for 'de-composition' matchings.
The fate of the data on the drives would be less meaningful, that way, because the base data would be replicable and only New Inputs would need to be re-run. (Of course, in a warehouse, that could mean 180,000 items per hour, too... hmmm. "Sorry folks, go pull everything off the shelves and let's re-run this inventory... only 9 acres to go...")
Still, I can't imagine volatile data stored in RAID0. Have two of these devices - one for programs, and one for my Base Data Matching processes. Great fun!