harrymcc writes "We know that the iPad is selling like hotcakes, but how satisfied are the people who buy it? Over at Technologizer, we conducted a survey of 6,000 iPad early adopters. There are a few places where they were critical — the majority, for instance, aren't happy with Apple's App Store approval process. Overall, however, they're overwhelmingly upbeat."
This is an interesting question, but isn't the RAID/NAS under discussion supposed to host backup files? So, if your RAID fails, you still have you original data (on another HD, or on another PC, presumably)? And if your original PC fails, your RAID is still working? It would be a really bad day if both systems failed simultaneously. That said, this approach is still vulnerable to theft, fire, flood, earthquake, electrical anomaly, etc.