Hi All, For about the past year, I have been looking at adding a NAS to my wired gigabit home network. I am looking at a 2 or 4 bay NAS. A unit that I can expand the capacity as needed. (ie. 3x500GB ->3x1TB without having to offload the data) I have been inclined to buy a NAS off the shelf, but most either do not have the ability to expand/migrate the RAID, or get really BAD reviews from consumers that decide to post reviews. On the other hand... I have an old X-Qpack case that I can stuff an ICY Dock in, with a mini-ITX/mATX, and a RAID Card, such as Adaptec or 3Ware. I have looked at bit into this option, seeing that most RAID cards have the ability to expand the RAID. However, when I try to read through a PDF on the card to understand their procedure for expanding the RAID, I seem to turn up with nothing. I consider myself a prosumer of electronics, with the willing to learn. I build my own machines. My home network currently consists of my gaming rig (an AM3), a 4 TV Tuner PVR build out of some old Intel 775 parts, and an Xbox 360. I have played/built RAID setups in rigs, but have only ever used an onboard RAID controller; and from what I have read, onboard RAID controllers don't exactly expand RAID-arrays, but please correct me if i am wrong. I am putting a feeler out to the TPU Community, for experiences or reviews that can help me out. If there is a forum topic that you know of, please post a link for me. Thank you in advance.