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Hey Alex, awesome work so far.
I was just wondering, do you ever see in the future, the possibility to create more than one pool. I only ask because as you probably notice from the forums lots of people are using DrivePool mainly to aggregate their HD Movie collections. For me at least the ultimate would be to be able to store my movies on one pool and be able to keep the other (almost certainly lower volume) default folders on a separate pool. I know several pools are currently possible in DriveBender, but i do appreciate that DB may be written a totally different way.
Judging by forums at HSS and WGS i think WHS2011 users are tinkerers by nature. Reinstalls for hardware upgrades, reorganising files and folders cos youve just bought another 2 X 3TB hard drives and suddenly decided that you now really do have the volume capacity to duplicate your 8TB of HD Movies. Or even reinstalling cos youre bored one Sunday afternoon. I think the ability to create that secondary pool would be massive for lots of us. Anyway maybe its something that could be added as a premium feature. Personally i would have no problem at all paying extra. Or maybe its just not gonna be doable at all, in which case i understand.
By the way, i always feel progress can be judged by reaction and comments. So on that basis that the forums are pretty quiet recently, even after an update is released, shows that you have a winning product. I really hope that when DrivePool for WHS 2011 is finished, you push ahead with ability to use it on any OS. WHS users are a small relatively small group.Your product deserves a much wider audience.