I posted this in another thread, but it probably deserves its own thread. I haven't really gotten a straight answer on this. I'm aware that I apparently have no reading comprehension, but I'm not quite sure how .Mac's accounts work. Let's say that I have a MacBook, my wife has a MacBook, there's an old Sawtooth sitting in the corner, and we have a Mac mini in the living room. My wife works a standard 40-hour work week, goes to grad school, and is following a fairly strict little exercise regimen. I'm taking 23 undergrad credit hours, writing a novel, and attempting to get back into the hang of practicing Tae Kwon Do and yoga on a regular basis. Both of us are keeping to-do lists of various things -- bills, birthdays, schoolwork, and all of that stuff. So my wife has calendars in iCal, I have calendars in iCal, and some of these calendars are shared between us. Ditto for Safari bookmarks, photo albums, DEVONthink databases, blog entries (?), and all that stuff. She has a computer, I have a computer, and we share two others. Each of us has four user accounts, one on each of the Macs. So would one .Mac account manage all that okay? Or would we need the Family Pack? I really like .Mac in theory (although I've never subscribed to it [I did take a demo whirl, and liked it]), and I'm thinking about throwing down the money for it. I just want to make sure that I'm getting the right thing and paying the right amount. (And yeah, I know I could do this all on the Power Mac sitting in the corner. I'm happy to pay for something external, Apple-ish, and largely reliable -- none of which are terms that describe my somewhat "Gonzo" style of server administration. "Hey, let's get drunk and play 'rm -rf roulette'!").