Hi All, Have a Dell Optiplex 7050 SFF as my dedicated server/nas sytem that only streams plex and keeps some backups. Recently the 6TB WD Red drive I had in it with all my data has shit itself and is completely unrecoverable. 6 months warranty left so have lodged an RMA, but when i can get it to show under ubuntu (normally run Win10) it's showing as a 2TB, can't access and it was getting scanned for days but no in the end. Anywho...It was non-essential data like my entire plex library, backups of some photos and i think nothing else but since i broke the #1 rule of backups I thought i'd investigate ways to expand storage realiably. Internally it's got a 128GB m.2 SSD for OS, and a 3.5" drive bay that the 6TB WD Red was in. As far as expansion is concerned it's got one spare Sata port but not spare power...I figure a sata power splitter could be used to add another drive but i dont see or know how to add something else. Hoping for suggestions in ways i can expand storage and maybe not run into the same issue again. I've got some external drives but 2TB max so obviously can't image a 6TB between those 2, and i got a SFF initially so that it was compact. Outside of potentially upgrading the m.2 drive (which wont yield much storage benefit) i'm stuck for ideas. Maybe replace the 3.5" with a 2x 2.5" adaptor? Is there anything else i can do??