Looking at the following Clustered Shared Spaces TechNet article, and it looks like this only applies to hosts sharing a JBOD enclosure by way of external SAS backplane.
However, each host in the two-node cluster has an identical amount of SAS 15K drives (4), currently configured as a RAID 10 array.
I'm wondering if there's a Hyper-V equivalent to VMWare's Virtual SAN technology whereas local disks can be exposed as shared storage nodes on the cluster.
Basically we just want to make use of the disks on the host and the Failover Cluster Manager doesn't seem to want to play ball with the local disks as far as a target for moving a virtual machine. Would be nice for SAN maintenance to be able to shuffle VMs to the local disks as required.