I recently was given a 10TB LaCie 5Big Thunderbolt. I'm only going to use it to hold my media collection that is connected to my Mac Mini, which will be served up to the Apple TV 3s in my house. My house is wired with gigabit ethernet, which I know theoretically tops out at 125 MB/s. My only question is woud anybody stick the 5 drives in Raid 0, or just go individual disks? As the individual disks fill up, they'll slow down to speeds that will be less than the 125 MB/s limit, but even so, the Apple TVs aren't even gigabit. Therefore, is there any reason to have the drives in Raid 0?? FYI - I have an unbelievably thorough backup system that would allow me to recover my data without losing more than an hour or a week's worth of media (depending on what/how many of my backups were to fail simultaneously with a Raid 0 array). Thanks for the input.