Like many of you, I run a homebuilt NAS box, based on a 2800+ Sempron, Vista Business an 80GB low power 2.5” HD and a 7200rpm 1.5TB 3.5” drive for storage. However, lately because that computer only has a single SATA port, and the add in SATA card keeps losing its connection to the HD, I’ve thought about buying a prebuilt NAS. I used to have a Netgear ReadyNAS duo, but found that to be slow to use, and it kept disappearing from the network. As a result, I sold it about 18 months ago. However, I’m now prepared to try again. I have about 2.2TB worth of data that needs storing, but have no real need for RAID 1 since the most important stuff is also backed up on external HDs. I’d likely sell the 7200rpm 1.5TB and buy something green/low power/eco etc. The NAS would be wired directly to my router (not sure if it’s a gigabit or just 10/100, but it is wireless N) I have £150 worth of Amazon vouchers, for my birthday, which could be put towards it. So what do we all think? Bit Tech recently reviewed the Synology DS211J and rated it highly– but I can’t find too many more reviews for it on the net. Any ideas appreciated.