One for the networking/storage gurus here. My work network consists of: 30+ pc's 4 servers (1 server has built in LTO tape drive) Backup Every monday morning i do a weekly backup of the whole system, which uses 5 x LTO tapes (over 500Gb) and takes until wednesday pm to complete. We do not have a jukebox so it waits for me to change the tape (major ball-ache) From then on until friday its just daily incremental backup using veritas backup exec. As part of our Disaster Recovery Plan, i'm thinking of implementing onto the network the following: bare bones pc tower, with 4 x 750Gb WD Cavier sataII hdd's each in a hotswap sata caddy. So i can take one out and off the premises when its finished backing up. So, monday evening (as opposed to morning) start the backup. Hopefully its done by tuesday am and i can take the drive out and off site. Tuesday evening set the backup to 'image' each server state, so we have OS resiliency if something goes wrong (as well as bog standard data backup on disk from the previous night). The following week, we use the other 2 drives to perform the same backups, so we have a rotating 2 week system. Now, we have a 4 disk raided 0+1 nas box in our other office, but the drives aren't hot swappable so i think that option is out the window. Does this sound like a plan to any of you guys? What would you do different in this situation? Thanks for any suggestions.