Just incase anyone is curious, here are my CrystalDiskMark results for both the 980 Pro RAID 0 and single 980 Pro
RAID 0 980 Pro 2TB Drives
Cloned RAID 0 to Single 980 Pro 2 TB Drive
So IMO, RAID 0 isn't really doing much on the Zephryus Duo 16 except doubling the risk of losing all data if one drive went bad. That would be a risk I'd accept (I'd mitigate it with regular backups) if I was getting more speed, but since I'm not... I probably wont go back to RAID 0.
It's interesting that Dell, Asus, and Apple are starting to RAID 0 NVMe drives in laptops even though it seems to be a waste. I guess it could just be a marketing tactic.