Hello MacRumors forums, this is my first post here and I would really like some help building the best home theatre possible. Some information on my living situation: I will be moving to an apartment in San Diego for school this fall and am in need of a home theatre/entertainment center. I have somewhere between 700-1000 DVD and Blu-Ray disks that I want to bring with me, digitally, of course. I will also have an Xbox 360 and a PS3. I also own a MBP 15" from spring of 09 and a Dell XPS Desktop PC. I will have dedicated cable internet in my apartment also. What I want: I thought I could just purchase a DVD HDD combo player and be done, but upon researching the products available, I found out that none of them suited my needs. I want to be able to store all of my DVDs, music, and photos and play them through my 1080p capable TV using the fewest amount of devices possible. I threw around the idea of buying a time capsule and Apple TV to stream the data wirelessly, but today when I went to the local apple store to talk to the Geniuses about it, they suggested that I invest in a Mac Mini and use that as a server instead. Also, the problem with ATV is that the max output is 720p and I want to view my movies in 1080p. I know there is a solution out there and I have less than a month to find it. Gaming is a big deal to me also, and I was wondering if the Time capsule/Airport Extreme have any known problems connecting to Xbox 360's and keeping an open NAT. Budget is pretty much unlimited. Thanks in advance for the help.