Is anyone using any of the current crop of mini home servers and can share their experience? I have the usual problem buying tekkie devices - half the reviews rave over a particular product, the other half slate it as rubbish. I used to go on advice of the likes of PC Pro "A List", but these tend to go out of date very quickly. Sort of NAS devices I'm interested in: - Acer Aspire Easystore H340 - NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo RND2000/ Stora MS2110, or similar Netgear models - HP MediaSmart Server - Asus Home Server TS mini - Tranquil models, etc I'm just after a basic network archive & back-up device and print server. Don't particularly need any web or media gizmos, but would like: 1. Very low power consumption or decent power-saving utility for 24/7 operation (one reason i don't want to recycle an old PC); 2. RAID 1 capability (probably 2x 1TB disks; doubt I'll ever need to expand beyond this); 3. Compatible with XP/ Vista/ Win7 PCs; 4. Windows Home Server - unless there is a eejit-proof better system; 5. decent OEM "pull" back-up utility would be nice, but not essential; 6. Low fan noise, if possible (just bought a "Trust" UPS that sounds like a hovercraft - and it lacks any power-down facility..... grrrr). 7. Easy set-up.... Has anyone found a perfect out-of-the-box product?