One of the main problem of the Raspberry Pi is the SD card, which is rapidly corrupted after excessive write cycles, or spurious power down/up.
There are some techniques to limit the Raspberry SD card activity just at the boot time, moving all the data to an USB drive.
As far as I understand the WD Pi drive Foundation do not have this approach, but just complement the Raspberry storage with extra disk space.
Is there a reason why the WD configuration is not limiting the SD activity to only boot the Raspberry.
Thanks in advance