Hey guys, I've been planning for a while to get a new storage solution with redundancy built in as my old 1.5TB drives keep failing and I'm losing data. I think I'm going to go for the Drobo route as it looks to be one of the best home/home office solution. Specifically, I'm interested in the Drobo 5N as I already have a gigabit ethernet network at home. I've just heard about the new Seagate 8TB Archive drives (ST8000AS0002) and my initial thoughts are that it might be perfect for a 5N as they're large, very cheap for the capacity and the 150 MB/s read/write speeds, while slow, are faster than gigabit ethernet can support anyway (125 MB/s). Am I missing something here? This solution seems to be too good to be true and not having owned a Drobo before, I'm unsure whether there are any limitations that I'm missing. My usage will be largely storage of Plex ripped media (from DVD quality box-sets up to 3D Blu-ray rips), time machine backups of 4 computers (only 2 used regularly though) and other general long term storage.