Okay, so my Seagate NAS bit the dust and wouldn't mount to the network. I am in the process of making an Ubuntu Boot USB so I can capture the data (the hard drive spins up). Thanks to my usual level of paranoia, this is an inconvenience rather than a catastrophe. I am probably going to get a WD My Cloud as an interim NAS, however, I am looking to build a RAID 3 or 5 Network server so if a HD craps out, I'm not taking a trip on this boat again. So, I am asking for suggestions: Win Server/Linux? HDD/SSD? The dead NAS is a 3 TB, so just for future capacity, I am considering 5-10 TB. I might also make it a web server for my several websites. Would that change the specs?