I am just being picky, but /media is not meant to be a mount point for hard drives. It is meant for the ad hoc mounting of the wide variety of portable media such as CD's, Floppies, external HDs, USB sticks, cameras, digital picture frames, etc.
/mnt is meant for the more fixed things such as other PCs on the network and any internal HDs which are not usually mounted (such as for archiving), and to mount internal HDs temporarily when using a recovery distro.
For a permanently mounted internal HD, it should just be part of the main tree, not through /media or /mnt any more that your first HD is. Unlike a Windows environment, there is no need to be normally conscious of it being a second HD. I have three internal HDs and mount them as something like /home/nuke/data1, ~/data2 etc. [actually it is more complex than that as each HD has four partitions, so I also have mount points like ~/archive, ~/copy_of_my_laptop_home, /windows_XP and /windows_games]
Unsolved mysteries of the Universe, No 13 :-
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