Okay, so I've obviously missed the boat on the change from SCSI to SATA, or maybe I'm just an idiot. I purchased a Samsung 400 Gig Hard Drive from Newegg.com and I was installing it today and...fuuuuuck. It's got an SATA connection, which I've never seen on a hard drive before. So, I went online to find out how to bridge an SCSI cable to an SATA hard drive and...it's a fucking $100 card!? OMFG! That means I get to waste even MORE cash on this upgrade! I JUST LOVE SPENDING MORE MONEY! So, yeah. RRRrrrrgh. Is there a way I can make this connection for cheaper? Is there, by chance, any sort of simple SCSI to SATA cable, or do I actually have to get one of these cards? The Hard Drive in question: 400 gigs for $109? SWEET! The SATA to SCSI adapter: Nearly the price of a new hard drive for a fucking ADAPTER?! LAME!