You will have no issue, as far as compatibility with running multiple RAID types.
Can't help you with the Apple RAID card much as I never thought it was useful to build a RAID like that using the internal drives.. In my opinion, you need one drive that is not in RAID as a boot drive, and you need an identical drive as its backup. That takes up 2 of the internal slots. There are some who will set up a RAID 5 with the Apple RAID card and run the internal RAID volume as a server, with data and boot volume all on the same RAID5 drives. That setup doesn't seem to me to carry over well to a single user workstation and give any performance gains for the costs.
That's all just opinion, your results and choices will depend on what you want the RAID to do for you. You may have some needs I hadn't considered. We are always happy to help figure it out with you.
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