Hi... Despite searching, I am obviously not using the right keywords At work we have used ITUNES to store a very, very large selection of library CD music, sound effects and other production elements from our thousands of licensed CDs. Makes for easier monitoring and selection. HOWEVER ITUNES is growling at the weight of over 130,000 tracks. Just opening this shared ITUNES library can bring ITUNES to a standstill for a long time on a giga network. I had thought therefore we could split the library but ideally not splitting it onto many Macs as all the media filesa re on a several terrabyte server. Is there some form of "media server" (sorry don't know the word) that would allow us to effectively set up several instances of these ITUNES libraries so they could sit on a single (Linux) server and point to the same large media library, yet in shared libraries you would go to "server" sound effects, or "server" library music and the iike, resulting in faster loading times? Thanks for any thoughts in advance.