They're still trying to track down whatever the hell is going on with one of the RAID drives. The site may or may not be down today, 1 June 2012, from somewhere in the neighborhood of 5:30 PM Mountain time (23:30 GMT) until who the hell knows.
This reminds me so much of a time in the long-ago Big Iron Age, when IBM produced a bunch of RAID drives with a faulty component. They scheduled a free replacement for all of their customers and a week before ours was due to occur the drives started to fail. As I was the only IT staff member available and crazy enough to attempt to pump the data from a mainframe's faulty disk drive, pull it out of a six-foot tall tower of drives, replace it with a new one, pump all the data back, make sure it wasn't corrupted, then do that seven or eight more times, guess how I spent an entire weekend? Back then that was the sort of thing that required a trained hardware tech from IBM - there wasn't one in town due to these things being replaced all over northern California and the three-day weekend - and the ritual sacrifice of a goat. So one guy who was on vacation talked me through it over the phone. After doing it twice without fucking up I let him get back to his mimosas.
And a few years before that, when I was living in Australia, IBM produced these disk drives that looked and sounded like washing machines. For some reason they were painted on the inside, and the paint began to flake and the flakes landed on the discs. Oops. Fortunately someone else got to deal with that problem.
This is why the on-going hardware wackedness doesn't faze me in the least. It's an inconvenient pain in the ass, and it is so out of the domain host's control. Especially these days, when nobody will own up to anything being their fault.