Summary: So far, this seems to be running well. Better than the LaCie ever did, ended up losing 2 years of data. Only running one disk at this time and backing up via USB, but plan to buy the second one for RAID1 when finances permit. Should have gone the diskless route the first time around, and maybe I wouldn't have had such a headache before. I like the tree-style menu admin page.
Summary: This thing is doing exactly what I want it to do. DLNA server, FTP server, easy web access of items. All of the nodes connected to my network are able to access all pieces of data on this server through different interfaces and its running data redundancy through Raid 1. Exactly what I wanted, nothing more, nothing less.
Summary: This is a great media server. I had the previous generation and had a few problems with it hanging up and needing a reboot. This one has been great. I had no problems with it finding my network or reading my drives. Another nice thing is that the previous gen one couldn't publish content from a USB-connected drive through the media server. But this one has worked great. The interface is straightforward and easy to use.
Summary: Does everything they say it does but you have to update the firmware when you first get it to do so. My only disappointment was that the ownCloud software does not allow the "cloud" folders to be viewed or modified via the NAS method of viewing the drive. OunCloud keeps its data locked up and is data base driven. There may be a way to break into it since it is all just a clever little Linux server but I don't know how to do it yet.
Summary: I have a couple of 2TB drives in RAID1 (mirror) and it was super easy to set up. Features I like are the gigabit ethernet, the admin console, media server, FTP server, and download (torrent) server. I don't use the broadcatcher, dropbox sync, web server, iTunes server, or print server functions. I haven't tried the USB ports yet either. The media server was detected by my Samsung TV, my iPhone, and my computers. The download server supports IP block lists.