Hi folks! I've been for a few weeks now, gearing up for a post xmas upgrade to my external storage. suprise suprise my 500gb drive is now filled. who'd have thought it?! so i checked out the TimeCapsual 1Gb and its still just as expensive as when it came out a year ago or so.. i would hope the price would come down in line with the dropping storage costs of today. maybe at MacWorld?? as i paid for an AirPort extreme when Leopard came out being excited about 'AirDisk' working i'm already £100 down so to speak, so maybe paying £320 to add a 1Tb drive to my draft N network isn't a great idea.. I've found a nice looking 1Tb NAS drive by Freecom this boy offers 1Tb, Torrent Client for un-interrupted downloads when i take my MacBook Pro out the house (TC doesn't do this right?!), and also remote access to my files, again for when my MBP is out the house. all sounds great! But last night i learnt about this thing called 'Hard-Link'. Its a file writing syncing system thing and that most drives don't support it, which puts you at serious risk of finding your TimeMachine backups are not guaranteed to be fully accurate come that dark day when you actually need it to work. TimeCapsule does support this. but i've seen so many stories of headache and woe about the TC that i don't know if its trust worthy investment of an extra £150... There must be a lot of peeps in this same predicament, i'd love to hear some help and advice before i buy (after MacWorld of course) big thanks!