I have a Mac Mini which i love as I can leave it on all the time to act as an iTunes server to my Apple TV's which is great but i am wondering what to do about large amounts of storage. I am currently using a Hybrid Drive which is great but i am wanting a little more speed. I put a Crucial M4 SSd into my MacBook Pro which has been great but now i want the same sort of speed for my Mini. I want to install another SSD into the Mini and then possibly add a 1tb drive for media storage or maybe go the whole hog and use an External HDD instead and just retain the single drive (SSD) in the mini. I know that i will eventually run out of space on the 1tb drive if i install one so I was thinking of maybe adding some sort of 4 drive RAID running something like RAID 10 so i can have a backup of everything incase a drive dies. Has anyone else done this or can give advice on RAID boxes. I know they can be expensive but if you need storage then this is the way i feel. There are 5 people at home all wanting access to iTunes music and video so lots of music and tv shows and films so 1tb isn't going to cut it in the long run. I was thinking of firewire 800 or even thunderbolt interface. I am also going to be purchasing a thunderbolt display fairly soon. As an extra note i did look at the G-Technology G-RAID drives as they are used at work but i don't think that this is the best solution as two of these possible cannot run raid 1 (raid 0 internally). I would prefer a one box solution that can go into a cupboard so asthetics is not so important.