Looking to buy a Time Capsule, but one last hurdle is getting the drive partitioned, 1 for backups and 1 for media storage. I've read that you can do it over the network, but only as your computer is backing up, and then you may get errors for several tries or can't load the second partition or Time Machine backs up to your storage partition. But apparently the only way to get it to work is remove the HDD and connect it with an eSATA to USB cable. Yet no feedback on how to do this or its functionality exists beyond. The arguments against are it voids the warranty (I don't care and Apple has never said anything to me in the past), use a USB HDD plugged into the TC (USB is slower than an eSATA drive directly connected to Router, partitioning should provide faster transfer) or the data you store on the TC isn't backed up (I'll have a USB drive plugged in to back up that data). I have seen guides to remove the HDD and it appears to be rather simple. But beyond that, are there any other tips, experience, etc? Does the data partition auto mount on startup/wake from sleep, no auto script needed? Do I need to archive the TC drive in Disk Utility, partition, and restore the archive to the partition I intend to use for backups?