I am considering getting a NAS for file storage, primarily media files but also for general backup. I currently have an iMac 24", TV, and WDTV Live Plus that would need to be able to access the NAS (the TV via iTunes on the iMac obviously). Everything is wired except for the TV which is wireless-n. I currently have an original USB Drobo connected to the WDTV (previously it was attached to the iMac) and it is accessible via the WDTV file server. What I envision is a NAS (ReadyNAS Duo or NV+, Synology, etc) hardwired on the network, with perhaps the Drobo attached to that for further backup (this may be a waste but the Drobo is paid for). I had heard long ago that the ReadyNAS products were considered the ultimate for Mac compatibility at the time, but time has moved on. I can get the ReadyNAS Duo for $215 or the NV+ for $311 from Buy.com (both cheaper than the Drobo), but are there better products today? I have seen a lot of discontent on the ReadyNAS forums from lack of responsiveness from Netgear and this bothers me. What is everybody here using? Why?