Hey all fellow nMP owners... I purchased an Oyen Digital Mobius for my Mac Mini but tested it pretty thoroughly on my nMP when I first got it. I posted the full review in the Peripherals Forum but I thought I would mention it here since I know this might be of interest to nMP owners... http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1765375 If you just want the conclusion/summary, here it is... Conclusion The Mobius is not completely flawless, but it is the best solution I'm aware of that meets my requirements. - It's very reasonably priced (at $229 USD) - It offers plenty of storage options with 5-bays - It's nicely designed and integrates well with either the nMP or my HTPC setup. - It's not obnoxiously loud. - It's been operating 24/7 without a hiccup now for a couple of weeks. - Oyen Digital support was responsive and knowledgeable (and based in the US) - It's performance is certainly adequate for HTPC, Backup, or NAS type duties (using Disk Utility to setup the RAID0 array) Would I recommend it to others? Yes... if you need a flexible large volume storage solution for your media, backups, or NAS duties. But I would probably not recommend this for storage that was involved in your project workflow. It's performance in RAID0 is not much better than a single drive. Instead, I'd definitely recommend folks get as much SSD storage as possible for project work (I have 1TB on my nMP for my current Aperture library), and then when you've exhausted that look at Thunderbolt drive enclosures like the Oyen Digital DataTale, Promise Pegasus or the WD Velociraptor Duo (which I have and am very pleased with for archiving Aperture Libraries). And if you don't want to pay for Thunderbolt, even a couple of large USB3 externals each directly connected via USB3 will offer better performance in SW RAID0 than this enclosure.