My photographer friend has ~35 TB of images saved over four or so different RAID arrays from G-Technology. Some of the older ones are no longer supported, and the newer ones are set up as logical drives on RAID 0 arrays. One array is failing. Luckily he is backed up 3-2-1 (bare drives with Super Duper locally, Backblaze to the cloud). I was ready to push him to replacing them with a Synology NAS…but I’ve never had one. Is it plug and play enough for a non-technical person? I’d like to set him up with RAID 5 storage, which he can still back up locally, if it won’t be complex to maintain. I don’t think Synology can back up to the regular Backblaze service… would be nice to get him started with a new storage system before something goes haywire.