Server 2012 R2 Storage Pools with HP EVA

This might be a silly question, but I'm going to ask it anyway.

Storage Pools on Server 2012R2, all the documentation I've read keeps using the work "Physical Disk"

I have a HP blade connected via brocade fibre switch to a HP EVA 8100, I've presented 2TB and setup the MPIO software

so I have 1 Disk, not exactly physical, but I see the option to start making use of the storage pool options, and in time when I add  another 2TB, it can just slip in making more space and not having to have another drive letter.

Should I be going down this road, making use of this feature with such a setup, or should I NOT be using such a feature, as it's made for physical disks in the front of the server, rather then fibre attached storage?

some clarification would go along way :)

thanks
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CIPDAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it's good to get a sanity check before heading down the wrong road
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