Hello All, I hope this is the correct forum section for this post, but here goes any way... I have a large digital media collection that continues to grow. Here is a breakdown of my current setup: *Macbook C2D (black) stores my music and photos *Several external HD enclosures: -2tb WD hooked up to Macbook via Firewire 400 stores mainly movies (mp4/m4v ripped DVDs via Handbrake, I'm almost half way through my whole DVD collection) and TV episodes -750gb external for Time Machine -Several other smaller external drives I have accumulated over the last few years. *Airport Extreme Base Station (from 2007 I believe, has wireless N enabled) *Apple TV hooked up to home theater in basement which accesses all this media through iTunes. Now that I have explained this set-up I will get to my questions... I have been considering putting my Base Station/Modem down in my basement some time in the near future so I can build/purchase a media server solution. But I am not sure of the best way to go about this. Your suggestions/comments would help out a lot. Should I? -Purchase an older G4 (dual proc) running server OS (10.4) and set it up as an iTunes "server" and purchase a PCI card to install a few more SATA drives in the machine and also be able to hook up any external drive I want. **I am not familiar with setting up any type of server so this kind of intimidates me a little bit. I would like to see how this would allow all of my media on that to be accessed not only in my home on any machine (or future machine) but also accessed remotely. -Or purchase a QNAP NAS product such as an example seen here. -Or utilize the Base Station's USB port and hook up multiple drives via a hub. If so, how would I make those files accessible remotely? Or is that even possible? I realize this won't be very fast of a solution, but the other ones may not be either... Your help is much appreciated, I hope I have explained everything appropriately.