Forgive me questioning what you're thinking of doing, but if you are a personal user, it might be wise to seek other opinions on using RAID rather than the setup.
Did you know that on average applications in a personal computer, RAID 0 will gain you about 1%, which is within the measurement error zone! On non hard drive intensive applications, many of which we use as personal users, a RAID 0 computer can be 7% slower than with it switched out and using one HDD.
If your intention is to use RAID 1 for mirroring only, then that's OK of course, as it's a good safety system. As for RAID 0, I think it belongs in the servers it was designed for, where hard drive usage is truly intensive.
Have a look at this link for further detailed comment from RAID experienced people:-