Don't mess with the basic filesystems, you will break the storage layer epically. (Why is it that power Linux users have the hardest time with this system? you guys just want to break things because you assume how things work without actually studying how they work!)
Keep /home on the boot system, and simply let the system detect the RAID 5 disk, and tell it to use the disk with LMCE file structure. You'll need to move /home off of that disk, and then let the storage layer correct itself. This should also show you NOT to fuck with fstab.
Hi Thom, hahahahahhahahaha!!! Thanks for your words of wisdom. There should be a " What not to do" Section @ the wiki!!! . I'll work on it and see how it goes!. I might take all out and start from scratch . That could put me on the death list of my daughter and wife but if I fix it quick enough they might not notice