Well, though I hate to say it, one of my hard drives is emmiting the Click 'o Death. I would appreciate any help in retrieving the data off the drive. My problem is that the data is pretty important, and that the drive was actually the backup method I was using for another location (grin... ain't inexpensive HDDs great!). Anyway, when I connect power to the HDD, it emits a click about once every second and a half, so it might be that the read head traverse arm is not moving the full amount... am not sure. This is a SCSI device; when I boot, the BIOS hangs for a few seconds longer on that device ID, it detects the manufacturer and model number, but then comes up with "device not ready". Long and the short of it: is it possible to get the data off this drive without sending it to one of those expensive specialists?