"I am a poor student," I explained to my friend. "Have you seen my car?" For at least a month, I could convince a group of people I am a poor student with this line, because I generally leave my car at home on weekdays. And since this group of friends was relatively new, they did not have a chance to hang out with me outside of school yet. That said, it did not take long until my cover was blown. A few weeks ago, we were all heading to an event, and one of them asked me for a ride. When she got in my car, seeing my car was the latest model nicely trimmed with leather on the interior, she commented, "Jonathan, you are not a poor student." To which I replied, "I know, have you tried the heated rear seats?" The thing is, while my Honda Accord is certainly not a rich man's automobile, my 9th generation Touring sedan is far from being peasant class. As ubiquitous as a Honda Accord may sound, it is a car that seems to strike a chord with very wide range of buyers: Young or old, rich or poor, male or female, you name it. The reason? Everyone wants to get more bang for their buck, and with the Honda Accord, you do not need to spend a lot to get a lot. In our report today, I would like to propose the same idea for those who are looking for a high performance, high capacity network attached storage solution. My goal is to try to strike the sweet spot in delivering a massive amount of storage, while ensuring this setup is also optimal in power efficiency, features, dependability, and performance, all without totally breaking the bank. You know, a setup that will surprise and impress your friends at the same time, just like the Honda Accord. Is this a feasible project? Will I be successful in the end? Read on to find out!