Do SATA drives have a history of frequent failures compared to their PATA brethren? In the past month, I have lost 3 SATA's on 2 different computers while my old PATA's are still spinning. Drives were both Seagate and WD. Seems I have to upgrade for reliability, but which would be better: solid state or SCSI (have on board connectors)? Frustrating that I have to keep swapping drives.