Has anyone used a port multiplier in the Microserver? I'd love to keep the current quantity of storage I've got but add a cheap SSD as the C: somehow. Is this even possible? I'd plan to 'replicate' the onboard SATA port or the ESATA port, not the regular hotplug ports. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816124049 http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Syba-2-P...34993944?pt=AU_Components&hash=item484d53f818 I'm reading the newegg comments here and they keep mentioning RAID, is this a requirement of multiplied ports? I can't just have them as multiple disks hanging off a SATA port? Has anyone done this with the microserver? I'm sure I could fit in an SSD, just. Poor little PSU would be a bit angry though, USB3 card (requires FDD power) , extra video card, 8gb of ram, 6 3.5" HDD's, a port multiplier (requires FDD power) and finally an SSD Still,.......... - anyone got experience / comments with port multipliers on the N54L?