You’re preaching to the choir, Dennis_Olof. Imagine a Sony VAIO XL1B2 style device but with 300GB disks. I’d imagine you’de need $2000 just to turn it on. lol Even at just 4 GB per DVD, that Sony unit whoops any Tape backup system. It’s 70 lbs, the size of a small computer, and has 800GB of nonvolitile storage. This is way better then risky tape drives and fragile hard disks! If I made a 200 BD/HD array, I’d never be able to find enough data to fill it (well this year)! Imagine a $15000 price tag including the blank disks. This will be nice at 4TB of virtually indestructible storage. Of course a RAID array makes more sense right now because you can get 20TB of hard drives for a lot less then that and just make redundant copies. Now to go find a way to get $15000 legally, within a week.