After being so excited about the NSLU2 and being a perfect little device, some of my enthusiasm is (sadly) being replaced by frustration. I've be completely unable to get the disk to disk backup feature to work. Also, I've found the time to browse directories to horrendous. Since linksys tech support seems to approximate spitting into a well, I'm hoping the kind folks here might have some insight. I'm using a the stock R63 firmware. I have two WD 250 GB disks w/ noname enclosures, both (until recently) formatted as FAT32. The first, and most critical issue (since this was supposed to be firstly a backup solution) is that I cannot enable the disk-to-disk backup solution. When I check enable and then click "Save" I always get a message, "Warning: No enough (sic) HDD ready. Drive Backup function cannot be enabled." Since I know there are limitations w/ groups and shares w/ FAT32 I (just) tried reformatting drive 1 as ext3, but with the same results. Secondly, the performance browsing directories is pretty awful. I did a packet capture when I tried to double click (Win XP) on a directory w/ 157 folders (a good number, but not out of hand I think) and I see a 28 second gap between the request to list the directory from my PC and when the NSLU2 starts sending back data. Is this just to be expected or is something funny going on? Might things be better is I go to Unslung? Thanks for any help in advance.