Can I get some opinionated, but quality feedback on my new baby? Diskovery In short it's a tool that scans the machine looking for all storage devices - both drives and arrays - extracts all info it can from them, including SMART data, then does the same for all logical volumes and finally presents it all neatly in the UI. Something like this: Of some note: Diskovery does a decent job talking to directly accessible drives, including those in USB enclosures. It can look into RAID arrays, but this is strictly a per-vendor affair, so the app currently supports just the CSMI-capable controllers and HPSA cards (SmartArrays). MegaRAID and PERC support is coming up. The app detects both maximum and effective USB drive connection type. That is, it can point out USB3 drives plugged into USB2 ports (screenshot). The app talks to the Virtual Disk Service, so it displays the type, health and status of so-called dynamic volumes. You know, the Windows Software RAID contraptions (screenshot). It also understands sub-partition slicing - that is when a single partition is being used to host two or more volumes. It has a nice UI, but that's obviously subjective and some are bound to disagree. However, it is the only app of its kind that actually bothers to show which physical drives are attached to which RAID volumes. Fits on an floppy, 225KB in size at the moment. Single exe with no external dependencies and no bloat. What else... built-in update checks, built-in scan log submission, auto-refresh on both device arrival/departure and on volume mounting/dismounting. This used to be a test runner for the SMART module for Bvckup 2. That was in November last year. As I was tweaking and growing it, it started to shape into something useful, so I ended up spinning it off into a separate program. There are no plans to turn this into a paid product, so it will remain free even after it leaves beta. So there you have it. Everything you wanted to know about your storage and then some.