I've been meaning to clean up my assortment JBOD backup system which is working but hardly ideal - basically a bunch of USB 3.0 drives picked up at various times (i.e., promo sales) but I haven't really made it a priority. I just got an email from MacMall about the G-Technology 6TB G-Raid Studio drive ($600 at B&H, $480 on Amazon, although that says "Windows Format" ) for $359 with a coupon code. From the G-Technology site: G-RAID Studio is a high-performance Thunderbolt 2 storage system with hardware RAID. Configurable in RAID 0, RAID 1, or JBOD, G-RAID Studio features Thunderbolt 2 technology for ultimate speed. G-RAID Studio ships with two hot-swappable 7200RPM Enterprise-class hard drives for total capacities up to 12TB, complete in a solid black enclosure. I did check the FAQ though, and it says NOT hot-swappable. Still, for $359, this might be a great way to get a T-bolt enclosure - with 6TB "enterprise-class" drives and pass-through connection, unlike the other budget T-bolt enclosures I've seen. I haven't seen many reviews on it though, just wondering if this item was on the radar here in MR land.