Ok, I've never had a NAS before. However, working from home is definitely a thing now, we need to store files somewhere on a network, our old USB HD that we plugged directly into our TV's are dying and its bloody 2020. Everything is a mess, and I want something fast and reliable.I am basically redoing my whole network/media/storage. So well, I bought two 14TB hard disks and I am now after a NAS. Originally I was going to go super cheap, maybe get something $200-300. Just serve files. But for not a lot more I could get something like Asustor Nimbustor AS5304T. Two 2.5 GbE ports with up to 5 Gbps under Link Aggregation Up to 64TB HDMI 2.0 Celeron J4105 10-bit 4K Hardware Decoding HEVC/ VP9 10bit Profile2 4GB DDR4-2400 upgradable to 8+Gb Intel Celeron quad core CPU 4 bay but also a 2 bay is available. Expansion units available This thing is more like a media server than just a NAS. What are peoples opinions of these? I was thinking QNAP or Synology but this seems to make a really compelling set of features over and above the basic box, and the 2 bay go for $400 and the 4 bay goes for $600. Is it worth going for 4 bay NAS?