I am in the process of upgrading my computer hardware and peripherals. I will soon be purchasing a MBP with an ACD (when updated). I currently have a Linksys WRT54G router and an HPLJ1200 Laser Printer with a USB port (no wireless capability). Here is my question: I want to set up a backup drive (I will be purchasing some type of external storage) connected to a router internally or externally (possibly to the WRT54G) for wireless backups but would also prefer to connect my printer to a router as well for wireless printing (not possible with the WRT54G). With what I have and in an attempt to get the best bang for the buck I have contemplated three options. 1) Hook up a NAS to my Linksys WRT54G and connect my printer to the NAS. 2) Buy Time Capsule and connect my printer to it and forget the Linksys. 3) Buy a non-NAS external HDD with FireWire enclosure and purchase Airport Express. Hook up HDD and printer to AE. I do not have high speed internet where I live so I have mainly used the Linksys for networking, but I may be moving in the future so I will keep the Linksys even if I don't use it now. Questions: How best to proceed? Can the HDD in TC be partitioned? I really want to create a partition or two to clone the MBP's HDD and a third partition for backups. Any other options? Thanks again for suggestions. PS - I realize the Linksys is 802.11g and 10/100 whereas TC is 802.11n and 10/100/1000.