So, I have a little money/time on my hands and I am interested in wireless linking some of my toys together and would love some advice on the possibilities and options. My current setup: Office: This is where my Internet comes in, got the 1) router tied to 2) an older (UFO style) Airport Extreme Base Station (g series, I think) 3) HP all in one printer, so I can print wirelessly from anywhere in the house and pick up the printouts in the office. (remote scanning even works ) Living Room: Where I live , I have a big ol' 1) 42" 1080p hanging on the wall with my 2) Digital Cable box in the HDMI 1 slot. 3) Upscale DVD player (I don't need the BR quite yet) in the HDMI 2 slot 4) TV (hacked with Boxee of course) in the HDMI 3 slot 5) Airport express (g) to tie my 6) MacBook Pro to my 7) Stereo which is tied to everyting else in the living room Not a bad setup, but I am ready to add to it. I started reading the forums and wiki'ed some info. I don't really know much about the wireless standards but from what I've read I should updgrade to a (n) network. Has (g) been holding back my internet on my MBP? My main goal is to add some storage to the network that can stream iTunes content to my various devices, from what I've read I need a newer Airport Base Station n series (the one that looks like the mini or TV) in order to add a external HD? Some may say Time Capsule but I think the AirDisk option of daisy chaining HDs sounds more appealing? (I live dangerously, automatic backup isn't neeed for my situation) So then if I add a external HD to the NEW Base Station (g), throw my iTunes Library on the HD, and I should be able to stream wirelessly to my TV Movies from that wirelessly? and use AirTunes on my stereo in the living room also from that network drive? Any suggestions, corrections, ideas, death threats? I love to hear 'em, Thanks!