I'm using Mac OS X 10.6.7 fine and an old PC.. The PC has a USB Drive attached 1TB and I have enabled this in Windows to be shared so that my Macbook Pro i7 can read the USB HD via a connecting ethernet cable. This all works great, but is there a way in this day and age where I can share and 'edit' files live between the two machines, and have them both have access at the same time? I use audio files on the pc (.wav and .aiff) from the shared USB HD and keep them open for editing on the PC, then I have the Mac access them too for sequencing in Logic so they are effectively in 2 places at once.. I just want to be able to edit them live on the PC and the refreshed updates reflect in the Mac in situ - they seem to play ok on both machines accessing the same file, but the editing, suddenly everything falls over? If this is possible, is there a better way of doing it, like having the shared USB HD on the 'mac side' and let the PC access it? or am i doing it the best way? Surely theres a way around this with networking or even Mac or PC settings to overcome this, whereby Mac and PC's live together happily on the same network?