Hi there, due to rising costs for electricity I would like to give up my old dual XEON storage server. It currently runs Server2003 and does nothing as serving my data in the network. It has a 8 drive Raid6 in it and consumes just too much power. I really would like to replace that thing with a current generation NAS system. Here are my requirements: -High performance via Gigabit Ethernet (around 100MB/s) -6-8 drive ports (3.5") -Dual Ethernet -iSCSI target -Raid6 eSata would be nice, but it's not a must. Same applies for the option to create separate arrays within the same system. It does not have to work with Timemachine, but it should offer AFP. I had a quick look at the Thecus N7700, which is pretty fast, but I'm not sure how reliable that thing is as it is dramatically cheaper than comparable products from QNAP or Netgear. Any advice what to buy? My price limit is about 1000 (~1500$) without drives of course.