Summary: When it's working, it's good. A lot of disk space for a decent price. The copy rate is about 500-600 Mb/minute (though sometimes slower). However, it often drops off the network when I try to backup to an attached portable USB hard drive.
Summary: The speeds could be much better. I'm running a wired gigabit connection and am only getting a max of 15MB/sec transfer speeds writting to the NAS. It clearly ran faster than a 100mpbs connection but just barely, and hardly what I would call gigabit speeds.
Summary: I'm using macs and an airport extreme router and I wished to use this to back up with time machine. The disc software repeatedly crashed, so I downloaded the current version. It installed and ran but couldn't connect to the hard drive (though it did appear in the finder, oddly--just couldn't connect...
Summary: Its a shame because this box is a very attractive looking piece of equipment, has no downtime (and mine has been up for over a year now), and didn't have any bugs you needed to sort out before you began using it. Unfortunately, the biggest killer for this device is its speed.
Summary: Beside being fairly slow on my Netgear Gigabit-router based network (only 3-8 MB/sec), another major issue for me is that it cannot represent several standard Windows file attributes -- apparently because the software in the unit is Unix/Linux file-system based.
Summary: This little box gets the job done if you're looking for a simple, but effective, NAS solution for your home. It's super quiet, has plenty of capacity, and looks pretty cool. The software features are fine for the average home user.