I almost feel dumb asking, as it seems like this should be as simple as it gets... however: I've got a MacBook pro that basically hosts my entire life. Naturally, I wanted to back it up, so I bought a 1TB Apple Time Capsule to sync with Time Machine. I've got that up and working, and though I don't entirely understand the logistics of it, I feel safe knowing that all of my stuff is backed up somewhere. Now, I have a ton of music and my computer's hard drive isn't massive, and thus, it's finally getting overloaded. All I'm looking to do is store some of my excess files on the Time Capsule so that I can transfer them back to the computer if I ever need them. Basically, I'm trying to use an external hard drive, as, uhhh, an external hard drive. I feel as if I should simply be able to drag any file I want onto to "Time Capsule" disk icon in Finder, but for some reason, things aren't that easy. It would be especially nice if I could access these files through the network (i.e. be able to play any music on the TC through Airtunes), but even that is just an added luxury. Really all I want is to use some of the remaining 800GBs on the TC for storage. For what it's worth, I'm in an apartment complex where I share internet with the entire building, so there may be some firewall complexities. (I simply added the Time Capsule to the existing network and set up a password to keep other's from accessing my files.) However, since I'm still able to access the TC, I feel like the firewall can't be the underlying issue. Thanks in advance for any help.