Greetings all, I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. We've a MacBook, a MacBookPro and and iMac, all running the latest OS on a wireless network at home. My other half and I are trying to set up a sort of network as we occasionally work on the same files at home and at the moment have a constant battle trying either to remember who worked on the file last or even which computer they used. Obviously the perfect solution would be to have a dedicated server with ethernet ports scattered around the house, but this seems over-kill based on how little we would need it. We had the iMac on all the time as a shared (across wireless) network drive, but found this a little slow so ended up copying files to the local machine which brought us back to the above problem if we forgot to copy back when we were finished. Is there an option with minimal outlay? I was wondering if there was syncing software at least that could recognise which file was the latest and do a daily sync?? (I have SynkPro but only use it for my machine) We also would ideally like a central repository for music, photos, movies and books and end up with just one machine to back up regularly. At the moment we have no central storage for our photos for example (which is kind of pathetic really!). Thanks in advance for any suggestions. I know this is a bit vague but hoping you can follow.