Hey guys, Today, the 2TB Time Capsule is on sale for just under the €250,- euro's nearby my home. I own a MacBook Pro 15'' Retina, an iPad, iPhone and Apple TV. Within few months I'm going to buy a iMac too, so I have to make the decision. Since last year I got my eyes on an Apple Time Capsule, because I want to have an Apple 'eco system' in my home. I want to backup my files, like my Aperture library, iTunes movies, music, documents and all stuff like that. I also want to backup my MacBook, just instead if it crashes (I always like to test beta's, so I could switch easy back if I want to downgrade to a lower version of OS X). I got some questions about the Time Capsule by itself, hope you guys can answer them. 1. Does the Time Capsule support Windows in a good way? I mean, I got 2 desktops in my home and it is really important to get fast internet. 2. Is the 2TB drive just like my Dropbox folder? I got Dropbox installed on my Mac and Windows platforms, and it is just like a seperate folder I can access. Is the Time Capsule just like that? 3. Do I have access to the 2TB partition, or just a little of that? 4. Can I play (iTunes converted) movies directly on my Apple TV via the Time Capsule? 5. Can I access the files placed on the Time Capsule also on a Windows pc, iPhone or iPad? Thank you very much, I'm pretty curious about it! Oh, last but not least, in various games like Call of Duty (which I play a lot on my PS3) it says my 'nat' is 'open'. In the past I had some issues with the 'nat' of my router, I hope the Time Capsule won't be so difficult to configure?