Thanks for the info. That does sound very bad. As a general rule, I would keep away from any NAS drive sold as a DLNA server - for the very reasons that you mention. They tend be very limited in their DLNA capabilities - i.e. number of files, number of folders, no transcoding, limited file format support, no metadata, no artwork, etc. Once you hit a problem, there's nothing you can do. I much prefer using a software media server on my PC that reads from my NAS drive.