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Well, I don't know anything about RAID, but I have a few suggestions.
I'm assuming that you are not dual booting.
Putting the Home (usr) on a separate partition is nice, but optional. Safer, too, obviously because if the OS gets screwed, you don't have to lose any files.
I don't see any reason to have 2 swap partitions for one OS. It will only use one anyways, if I'm not mistaken.
 
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