I never seen my drives do this until I installed pooldrive. I transfer data and it goes normally for about 30 seconds and then it just dies. Literally goes and drops to 0kb/s, then up a little more, then down, then up, then maybe up to 60mb/s, then back down, stays under 5mb/s for a while, may go backup, may stay down. I am moving TB's of data and it has been weeks. I pause the transfer, wait some time, resume and it goes right back up to normal speeds, then drops right back down and dies. I open resource monitor and I clearly see the problem. It is reading a few files from the source driving but making a queue of way too many files to write on destination. For example, one season had 22 eps, another 12 and another 12. I sorted by write speed and the last ep, ep 22, all of the next season and a few of the next were in queue. That is 15 files. So it is reading 3-4 files and writing almost a dozen and a half. Why? that is dumb. hmmmm. Makes no sense. So how do i tell stablebit to write one file at a time?