Yes, interesting enough, but why lose the capacity of a SATA (150 Mb/s) for an IDE (100>133Mb/s). Also, there is on the market SATA cdrom which uses a conversion device; useful when you used up all your IDE connections but have a SATA connection left on your mobo.
Asus P4P800 SE
Intel P4 3.2 Gig 1024 Meg PC3200 cas latency 2.5
RAID 0 2-36.7 Gig SATA WD 10,000 RPM
200 Gig WD ATI ALL-IN-WONDER 9600XT
6500 Kb bandwith Internet Connection
Because, Linux, the only OS worthy enough to run on my server , doesn't feature SATA support until their newest kernel version, and half of the distros are outdates and use the older version, so i can't install my favorites, like Slackware on SATA.