I'm considering, like another recent post, getting a Mac Mini to host iTunes. I just want a dedicated machine that I can always have on and not have to think about... that sort of thing. My current setup is a Win 7 machine hosting my iTunes Library off of a Drobo FS. It's a great setup, but it means leaving my PC running. Apple's stuff is typically lower power, less heat, less stress on the machine to be on and not in use, and won't require a reboot quite as often... To add to this, I've got a lot of videos, home movies, some DVD's etc. I've put them in iTunes and added all the tags. Though, to the best of my knowledge, iTunes seems to keep that in the library and not write it back to the actual file. Or am I wrong about that? I'm still learning some of this stuff... I know I can transfer it, but with a NAS and Mini, will it do an in place transfer? Let's just say at this point, I don't have enough space to allow it to copy every file, and even if I added space to do that (which will happen eventually), I don't really want to take the days that that might take. I have over 2 TBs worth of iTunes data between music, movies, and TV Shows. Is there a good solution? Or am I just left with bad choices? Any advice or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!