yes, don't be confused by physical bays and logical names; always check in OS the assignments
Ok, that all went well. However. I am now screwed it seems.
Near the end of the copying, my power went out. I re-attached the new drive, and all seemed well. All my programs, etc. were there.
Unfortunately, when I then restarted the unit just to make sure, I got the blue screen of death, and error 14-129 saying there was a problem with the drive, I need to call support, and one button -- reboot.
I called support, and they told me I couldn't format the drive because it would "screw things up". They were going to send a technician to replace the entire unit, which means I'll lose everything <gulp>!
So I went back in the my linux distro installer and deleted all the partitions on the drive, making them all free space, figuring that once back in the unit, DTV would format the drive properly.
No go. When placed back in the unit, I get the same error.