Hey all! Hope all is well. I've run out of 6Gbps sockets on my board and have decided to retain my current setup for now to avoid excessive expenditure. That means my refit needs more SATA ports as I'm running 4/5 SSDs and 2/3 HDDs (not all switched on at once) - can anyone recommend a decent add-in card? The board I'm on is an Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z which has 2x native 6Gbps sockets, 2x (Marvell??) 6Gbps and 4x native 3Gbps (using for card reader, CD drive etc., but unfortunately the HDDs too). I found some on this Amazon search, but didn't recognise half the names. Think 4 port (for £27, or for £26) or 6 port (for £42 or for £39) should do it. Can you really go that far wrong with a non-mainstream brand? Secondary question for bonus points - I currently have the SSDs hooked up to a front bay 4-switch panel so I can isolate them (some run software that only works on Win 7, but if these are active when I boot into W10, it tries every damn time to reconfigure them) and disable the HDDs as required in Disk Manager. If I grab some SATA power splitters and wire two drives to one front panel isolating switch so I can disable two at a time (obvs when powered off), is this likely to cause issues? Thanks in advance chaps - appreciated!