In my SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB review introduction last week, I talked about my friend who said women are not that hard to understand, because a 'yes' means 'yes', and a 'no' means 'no'... sometimes. To give what she is saying some perspective, I decided to ask someone else about this issue. "I have to agree with her," she said. Therefore, I proposed a scenario. "Say you are mad at someone, because they did or said something you did not like. When you say, 'I am mad at you and I do not want to see you again' and walk away, are you actually implying, 'Please chase after me to apologize, convince me to be not mad at you, and try as hard as you can to change my mind'?" To which she replied, "Yep -- and I would immediately regret saying that, but I could not just back down all of a sudden." This, my fellow readers of the male gender, is one of the reasons why we do not understand women. On the other hand, if you are a woman reading this, my guess is you know exactly what I am talking about. After all, you have to be one to understand one. A while ago, I was talking to someone about owning a network attached storage system. As someone who has been using one since 2007, and watched the evolution of them going from simple file servers to everything short of making you breakfast, it is hard for me to imagine going without one nowadays. On the other hand, a lot of people are not entirely convinced about the purpose of owning one. For this, I have come to the conclusion that you have to be a NAS user to understand a NAS user. Not just any NAS, but a good NAS. Today, we will take a look at ASUSTOR's new AS1002T. This entry level model uses the company's excellent ADM operating system, features a stylish diamond-plate finished cover, and comes with a price of admission of under $200 at press time. Will this combination be attractive enough to turn some non-NAS users into a NAS user who understands? Read on to find out!