Please note that it is possible to do Raid Migrations. You can go from Raid 0 to Raid 5 but I am regret to say it is not possible to do Raid migration from RAID 5 to RAID 0.
In this case, my best recommendation is to save all information on RAID 5 volume and then create RAID 0.
Here is a good article about supported RAID migrations:
I figured that would be the case - it makes sense. Hence, I created a single drive (no Raid) from the Raid 5 system, that was no problem, but now nothing that I do seems to be able to create a bootable system from the new SSD drive. All clone attempts from various apps have failed. The clone "looks" correct and the system tries to boot into it, but it just keep cycling at the user login and freezes. I have tried everything and nothing works.
Thus far I am not too impressed with migrating a disk to an SSD system, Raid or no Raid.
I am running Win 8.1 on an Intel based HP computer.