"Dude, watch Descendants of the Sun," my friend texted me back in March of this year. "It is the most amazing drama ever. Doctor meets soldier. So romantic." Having absolutely no idea what Descendants of the Sun is, like any person in 2016, I pulled up Wikipedia to find out. As it turned out, it was a Korean drama. I kind of chuckled a bit, and told her I will look into it. The reality is it was just a polite way of saying I am not interested, because, frankly, I cannot imagine myself watching a Korean drama. However, there is no denying of my friend's insistence and enthusiasm ("It is the best drama ever", she said. "I watched it five times"), I decided to watch one episode just so I can tell her I have seen it. That said, being as picky as I am for video quality, I had to download it onto my local network using obviously legal means. 1.5GB later, I pulled it up on my computer connected to my TV in my living room, and began to watch. At the end of the hour, something hit me. I actually really liked the drama. After scrambling to obtain the remainder of the episodes, once again, I must emphasize by obviously legal means, I came to another realization: A decade ago, 24GB would have been enough to fill a significant chunk of any storage array. But today, storing 24GB on my network was really nothing at all, considering I have four Western Digital Red WD40EFRX 4TB running in RAID 5. But we all know the demand for more storage does not stop here. With 4K videos topping 20GB per hour nowadays, depending on the compression quality, my 12TB of usable storage may not be as much as I think it is. To keep things available for many more Korean dramas to come, hard drive manufacturers are working hard to keep customers happy. Today, we will take a look at Seagate's IronWolf 10TB NAS HDD. 10TB capacity is epic. But how well will it perform? Read on to find out!