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The drive array is rather nice looking from the front, with a silver color that matches the aluminum on many Mac models, and curved edges to give it a smooth look.
From top to bottom: the power switch, two FireWire 800 ports, an eSATA port, and a USB 2.0 port, followed by the power port.
The drives are user-upgradeable and replaceable. I found the door latch to be tough to open and lock, but once inside the drives were easily accessible.
One drive has been pulled out of the array using the plastic "handle" that is attached to the back. These handles won't put up with a lot of removals, so don't pull the drives out unless you really need to.
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