I have a MacBook Air with a 256 SSD. Between my music, photos, videos, etc, I'm dangerously low on space. Right now I'm offloading older files to external hard drives, but ideally, I'd have access to everything. It got me thinking about a NAS solution. I started doing some research, and every product I've seen recommended seems very complex. For example, Drobo and Synology gets mentioned a lot. I really like the RAID 1 options, and the fact I can access the drive no matter where I am. But in a lot of ways, it seems like overkill. I don't need Time Machine support. I don't need to host my own website on it. I don't need to convert media files. I don't need a Plex server. I don't need proprietary apps for photos, videos, and music. I don't really need anything. All I want is a blank drive that I can interface with directly through the Finder, via a network connection. I understand that anything like a Synology NAS device is going to have an OS on it in order to configure everything. And I know that Synology specifically has a ton of "Apps" you can install. But I guess my question is, if I don't want any of that, can I just run it bare-bones like I'm describing?