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  Reply # 696508 4-Oct-2012 22:42 Send private message

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michaelmurfy: 
Why are you still in the "Tempted" stage? Just do it! lol


Hah, ok poor choice of words;  I'm actually in the "want-it-now-but-3-kids-means-the-budget-doesn't-stretch-as-far-as-it-used-to" stage! Laughing


#firstworldproblems - sucks I know :P




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  Reply # 696514 4-Oct-2012 22:51 Send private message

I have a synology and trust me, it is less hassle and easy to set up/manage. Despite not as capable as a server box.

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