No price mentioned... (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-02-18 07:32 (#1Z) But with prices as low as $165 for a 4TB drive on Newegg, it seems like $250 wouldn't be an unreasonable estimate. And now my 2TB RAID 5 array is starting to seem a little small...[Btw, I was intending to repost the pricing link to Newegg from TFA in my comment, but the |. post box hates it -- which I think is because it contains ampersands...] Re: No price mentioned... (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-02-18 11:16 (#22) Sounds interesting, but I think I'll wait a few years to let them improve on reliability. I hate disks failing. Re: No price mentioned... (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-02-18 21:36 (#2H) Re: disk failure -- my next NAS is most likely going to use a RAID 6 array. With 4 data disks and 2 parity disks, it should be able to withstand having one disk fail, and another disk fail during the time it takes to reimage the replacement for the first disk. Which means that your data is safe unless 3 disks fail within a 24 hour window. Re: No price mentioned... (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-02-26 11:11 (#6N) Still, no matter what RAID level you use, a failed disk _does_ mean that you need to arrange its replacement. So less failures = happier life.