I have a relaxing evening planned: I'll be installing an expansion kit for my network attached storage appliance, which I'm upgrading from one to two terrabytes. Currently, I've only been able to run daily incremental backups on my most critical files, but if I include images of all the disks on my network, it comes to just about 1.5TB. Expanding my NAS gives me a little more breathing room, although I can only do so if I configure the appliance to RAID0 (but then, I also have a streaming tape drive that I use to back up my backup monthly).
So far, the uptime on my NAS appliance and my firewall, all of which are Linux boxes in disguise, is around - let's see, um - two years (save for one reboot to install a new OS).
I just love technology that, after I install it, simply disappears from view.