I want to create a sound system in my condo that utilizes existing, unused in-ceiling speakers, and I want to drive the system from an Apple Mac Pro as the audio source e.g., iTunes, Pandora. I also want to locate as much of the electronics as possible in a central closet. Is there a mostly Apple solution? Existing environment 7 Niles speakers split into 3 zones and wired back to a central closet. Wall plates throughout the unit with cat5 and coax wired back to the central closet. Cable modem and wireless router (Apple Time Capsule) are also located in the central closet. Mac Pro is located in the great room adjacent to the 41 inch Samsung LCD TV and a wall plate (cat5 and coax). Central closet is no more than 25 feet from all locations in the condo. Audio Requirements Multi Zoned -- The system should be able to send music to one or more designated zones e.g., music playing from speakers in great room and on porch at the same time but not into the bedroom. Single Audio Transmission -- The condo is small so there is no need for capability to play different songs in different zones simultaneously. For example, we would never be playing one song in the great room and a different song on the porch. Music and TV simultaneously -- If the TV can be hooked into the sound system, we will want the TV sound sent to speakers in great room only, and at the same time we should be able to have music playing in another zone e.g., master bedroom. This requirement is a very low priority; should only be considered if easy and cheap to accomplish. iPad Control In addition to managing the audio system using the Mac Pro, I want to be able to utilize an iPad as an alternate controller. What am I seeking? I am looking for a best approach that is customized to my audio needs and home limitations. I am not looking for a robust home theater system. The solution may involve the use of more wireless components but must still utilize existing in ceiling speakers. In addition, suggestions such as installing more audio devices in each zone outside of the central closet would not seem to make any sense.