Here is my current setup:

1) 4TB Samsung SSD storing all camera video files. I have my AUDIO and VIDEO scratch disk settings set for this drive.

2) 500 GB Samsung SSD for VIDEO PREVIEWS as per the project scratch disk setting.

3) 500 GB Samsung SSD for AUDIO PREVIEWS as per the project scratch disk setting.

4) 250 GB Samsung NVMe for all media cache.

I remember back in the day when I used standard def mini DV tape cassettes, it was crucial to capture mini DV tape content via firewire to the proper scratch disk settings so that the captured video was stored on the correct hard drive. Now I use SD cards and copy and paste all video content from the SD card right to the 4 TB SSD so I wonder if setting up VIDEO and AUDIO scratch disks is pointless? Does it even matter anymore applying VIDEO and AUDIO scratch disks settings when you no longer need to capture the old fashioned way? Is the above setup overkill? Is there a better setup?

Shall I save my project setting name in the same file folder as the stored video files?