Does anyone know of any WHISPER QUIET external storage devices? Something that can do 400-500 MBytes/s speeds with around ~15TB+ of storage. I live/work in a small space so noise is an issue, hence the need to store loud storage devices in a closable cupboard away from my Mac. And basically, apart from those small single few tera drives, virtually everything on the market that I find makes a complete and utter NOISE! Problems I can see: 1) Running 1GbE over long Ethernet cables, is just crap speed, being much too slow. Moving data at that speed is tortuous in this age. AFAICT, there's just no point using 1GbE NAS currently, as it's just so slow (I know in the near future, I'll want to mass store commercial 4K movies, et al.)? What's even the point of a NAS box, compared to an always on Mac+DAS storage, with file sharing enabled, anyway? 2) USB-C connections have a max allowable cable length of 2m, and you can't seem to do USB-over-Ethernet with them either. 3) There are no optical Tbolt 3 cables on the market, to run long distance to achieve quiet. 4) 10GbE to a (non-iMac Pro) Mac is basically impossible without spending £700(!) on the Sonnet TB3-to-10GbE adapter (the slightly cheaper adapters from Promise/Akitio are apparently slow.) 5) ...anything else I haven't thought about?!... Basically, anyone wanting this we're screwed AFAICT...? Does anyone have their own solution to this noisy external storage problem?