I am getting tired of buying 2 identical hard drives for every 1 drive I add to my storage mix (I've always used the 2nd drive as a backup/clone of the 1st drive - and for truly sensitive data, I often buy a 3rd drive for off-site storage backup) I am searching for a single large storage device that I can use as my primary multimedia hard drive, to use for storing and serving (across my LAN) all of my videos ~ DVD rips, handbrake conversions, downloads, etc. ~ to my Mac-Mini Media Center (from which I plan to use Plex to playback my media on my living room plasma). I was thinking about using something along the lines of the semi-newly released DroboPro, but I realize that this may in fact be overkill and it might wind up costing several thousand dollars more than some other perfectly viable options...not to mention that I am not even sure if it's possible share media stored on the DroboPro across my LAN while at the same time avoiding any skipping, stuttering, or lagging of the streaming media...) The Big Picture: I need something with data redundancy (i.e. RAID protection) I need something with lots of storage space (something in the range of 8-12 Terabytes should tide me over for a couple years) Having something Rack Mounted in my 12U 19" Xrack Pro would be ideal (but I could also deal with something that is not rack mountable, if need be) Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... Thanks!