I decided one day to use some of the random crap that was lying around the house. I decided to make a Raspberry Pi NAS media server. The drive I used was one out of my old laptop, the one in the parts listing is the closest that I could find to the real thing.In the first two photos he drive there is a 256GB LaCi Usb Backup drive. The rest of the photos is with the 750GB drive.
Streaming 1080p video works like a charm if you have enough bandwidth.
Using Blackmagic disk speed test, it scored about 5.5Mb/s upstream and 10Mb/s down.
I now have decided to use this for more than a media streaming box. I added back the original 256GB LaCi drive, to be used as a random stuff holder, for things that I don't need on my computer but still may need convenient access.
I chose that case because it was the smallest that they had at Fry's. In order to make room for all the cables, I removed everything from in the case. The fan, the power supply, and the 2.5 in drive bay. I also had to drill a hole in a existing Pi case that I had to make it screw into one of the motherboard standoffs. The kit that came with the case did not work for my needs so I chopped a existing screw in half to mount the Pi.