Synology has been pretty prominent lately and I have run across a couple of them used by customers. I too am not a fan of NAS' and am much more an advocate for dedicated file servers. My biggest problem with them is that when they fail they fail in spectacular fashion. And because they usually use some proprietary RAID or OS it is not as simple as logging into your storage manager and seeing whats wrong also any troubleshooting is more difficult. Random drops in speed are an issue with a lot of NAS' too.
If you know all that going into it and you have good backups then you are on the right track with your thinking and research. They have come a long way in recent years. I wouldn't use one for anything except storing files that I don't care if I lose. Being able to host VM's and SSD cache are nice features.
I think you can via their (fee based)"youtube red service", but on a related note, both netflix and amazon prime have been rolling out downloads (limited selections)for offline viewing for a while now if you subscribe to those. The op vid appears to be available from the list. These would be good ways to pass the time on a flight?
Yeah I'll grab that one now, thanks. I'm not paying YouTube one red cent.
Those look like some sweet rings.
The design is well thought out and as Hypo said "Everything appears to have a nice fillet or chamfer".
I doubt that the screw needs to be completely removed and the springs will probably facilitate installation and removal by moving the steel side plate out of the way.
And besides that they are pretty.
After weighing it out in my mind I decided that getting the small mat would not make me happy. Cabelas has one branded by them that is similar to the Midway Pro. I may pick up a light weight one in the future to be able to pack it.
It has a lifetime warranty to boot so I went with it.
I would go with the 36x sightron, but only because that is what I am used to using. Pretty much shoot at 50 - 100 - 200 yard benchrest. I like the target as big as possible. For plinking at odd ranges from 25 - 100 the 8-32 might be a better choice. Wayne
I know mine ARE; they are goose steppers toeing the delusional lines of Chucky "weasel boy" Schumer and Nacy "LOOOOOOney" tune Pelosi.
I continuously email them and often receive their patronizing BS answers. When their manure is confronted with actual facts, nothing but silence.
whenever I see a hard drive out, my heart sinks until I know the raid has finished rebuilding with the new drive
If you ever want to prank one of your co-workers in IT just play raid card alarm noise. Yes, everyone make sure your stuff is backed up. It is never fun having to tell someone they lost all of their data.