Hi all, Have had a WD MyCloud EX2 for a few years now. Bought it and configured it as RAID 1 as the impetus for this was a cascade of HDD failures that took out both my primary storage of FLAC files and its backup; I managed to save about 30% off of various laptop hard drives from when I'd originally ripped the CDs but some had been deleted and had to be re-ripped. HOWEVER - I've been very disappointed in it, for several reasons. 1) transfer speeds over the network are slow as molasses. Even with the MyCloud and a laptop both plugged into the same gigabit router, speed is abysmal. Making a backup of my music folder takes the better part of a day. 2) Twonky is the built in DLNA server and it has a very annoying bug as described here https://community.wd.com/t/twonky-s...lename-or-track-number-in-folder-view/94909/5 summary (in case that link ever goes dead): I'm an album centric filer of CD rips, and I have a very rigid folder structure. However, when displaying the contents of a folder on a client, Twonky serves them up in an order that makes no sense - the two logical methods would be in my mind 1) in track number order or 2) in alphabetical order of filename (which giving my naming scheme would be the same, as I prepend the track number to the track name to create the filename) but what Twonky actually does is serve them up in alphabetical order of track name/song title. Really bloody annoying! So, given this, when upgrade time comes what would you buy? I'd ideally like 1) more reasonable file transfer times 2) a better DLNA server, or the option to use whatever DLNA server program I want 3) possibly the ability to write directly to disc through USB connection or other without having to go over network? not as important if 1) is significantly improved. This is used primarily for music and also personal file backup. thanks for any ideas.