What's the latest on what is possible? I am currently running BI on a Win 10 PC and I have 3 exterior cameras recording 24x7 and 2 cameras that only record when the alarm goes off because they are inside cameras and the thought is we only want them to record if the alarm is going off and there is a break in. I am keeping the 2 interior cameras but bumping up to 8 exterior cameras and those will also record 24x7. Looking to hold the video for about 3 weeks - just to cover vacations since usually we do a 2+ week vacation once a year. My Win PC currently has a 6 TB drive and a 1 TB Drive. it came with the 1 TB, i installed the 6 TB. I have BI using 5 TB of the 6 TB drive (read I was not supposed to max out the drive) and it keeps my footage a bit over 3 weeks, maybe closer to 4 weeks I forget. I also have a fairly new Synology RS818 with 4 drives of each 4 TB set up in RAID. I am basically using 2.5 TB out of 7 total TB. What is my most cost effective option? Get the 12 TB WD Purple drive and pop it into the PC (can any Win 10 PC take a 12tb hd?)? Update the Synology a little bit to get some extra space and use that? could I record 4 cameras to the PC and 4 cameras to the synology and not even have to update my storage needs? The PC and Synology are all hardwired via Cat 5e and a cisco gigabit switch.