A new product from Century introduces a DIY device that lets you use Compact Flash cards for storage to create solid state drives between 2GB and 2TB in size. OK, the 2TB is theoretical...for now, at least. The device itself is a SATA HDD and is available now on GeekStuff4U for $192.67. Too much? Not even - as Gizmodo calculates, a pair of 32GB CF cards ($270) + $192.57 the DIY drive = a 64GB SATA SSD for about $460. That's way cheaper when you compare it to off-the-shelf versions. You can't get it until May 1st. Sign me up!