I'm very confused at the moment. Going to completely upgrade the wireless setup in my house when i have the lounge re-done as I would like to stream everything. The whole setup must me both Mac and Windows 100% compatible. (1 mac, 5 PC's). Would anyone like to help me setup this by recommending sets of products to buy for this. I think it would be easier to explain what I'm trying to setup the network for: 1) Wireless streaming a single iTunes library to multiple laptops and a HTPC -This includes streaming videos and music to multiple computers at the same time 2) Wireless Backup 5 Laptops and a HTPC (Home Theater PC) to a network hard drive. 3) Backup all my media (Program setup files, videos, music, pictures) that is located on a NAS - This is because the media will be located fully on a NAS so it needs backing up 4) Full access to the NAS as though it was an external HD -All computers should be able to add files to the NAS easily 5) A good amount of storage such as 1TB for media + Space for backups - One Media collection, 3 Light usage laptops, 2 heavy usage laptops (including graphic design and large media files) and One Home Theater PC. 6) I would like the media on the NAS to be able to be streamed to my Xbox 360 which will be wired to the router. (videos & music) 7) Wireless printing (already have a networked printer setup via ethernet) 8)* (Additional option, not needed but would be very useful!) - The ability to access my entire media folder (not back-up just media) from a remote location such as school, office or 'out and about' via the internet without having to copy files to another disk to use (gets rid of usb drives and is handy if i forget something!) 9)* (Additional option, not needed but would be very useful!) - The ability to process bit torrent files (.torrent) to save power and download overnight without a PC. Factors to consider This is a home network and costs must be kept low; ~£200 for storage, Networking products are already purchased (N standard). Router will be draft N, gigabit compatible. Printer already purchased, don't include equipment for the lounge (is draft N ready, just treat as another desktop) Additional Comments I have been on the Belkin website (current networked products are Belkin) and they have a new wireless router (Belkin N+) which has a built in USB port for a HD and gigabit ethernet capable (I will upgrade, don't worry wont cost me anything) but will this be a good idea to use for the NAS. Thanks for any suggestions! Thanks for your time! Sorry for the long post! Sorry for the mistakes! Luke R.