Righto, time for some purchase advice chaps. I need a NAS for my home network, intending to run over GigE (Cat6 cabling). At the most basic, it's for video/music files to be shared between 4 computers, although added features such as an iTunes server/Torrent would be useful to have. I'm looking for a barebones box, as I can add drives in myself. 2 bays is probably fine - giving me a total of 4TB, or possibly 6TB if I go for the new fangled 3TB drives and the NAS supports those. Nothing that fancy either - budget choices are good. I've been looking at the ReadyNAS series, although I've heard they can be a bit slow? I like the understated black design though (yes, a bit shallow I'll admit). Synology is another brand I've heard about, but not seen. Not bothered about RAID, as that'll push me in to 4 bay territory which is expensive. Added features I'd like to know about: - iTunes Server, working with the latest version both Mac & PC - BitTorrent - Time Machine compatibility for OS X - Scheduled power on/off - DNLA for PS3 I did think about having a small PC doing the job, but power draw/noise are downsides. Call the budget a max of £200 unless there's a very very good reason for going higher.