Hi Everyone My wife and I have two iTunes accounts, one originally from the United States, the other originally from Australia. Over the years content has been purchased using both accounts. We currently reside in Australia and we primarily view our content on an Apple TV. So far we’ve had no problems logging into either account and accessing all our content. Now, I have a fear (perhaps an irrational one) that at some point Apple may cancel/restrict one of these accounts. Since there is no way for me to merge all our purchased digital content into the one digital library, we’re now wondering the best way to manage this? We have an iMac and a MacBook Pro (not to mention iPhones and iPads), but we mainly only access our movie/tv content on the Apple TV and our music/podcasts on our iPhones. We also only have one iTunes library file (stored on a portable hard drive to save space on our internal HDs and to allow for portability when travelling). At present we use home sharing to share all of the Australian content (because there are a LOT of subscribed/saved podcasts on this account, while there isn’t any on the US account). This way we can access all podcasts/music/movies etc from Apple TV regardless of which account we’re logged into. This seems to give us the best of both worlds - logging into the US account gives us access to all US digital purchases via the Apple TV main menu and all Australian digital purchases via Home Sharing. However: Is this the best way for us to continue moving forward? Is it still safe to continue purchasing content on either account? Is there a better way for us to manage our situation? Or am I worried about nothing and we can continue purchasing content on either account without fear of “losing” it later? Besides rentals, for the past eight months we’ve been too scared to invest any more money on movies/TV shows out of a fear we won’t be able to continue accessing these in future if we remain in the one country. Any advice would greatly appreciated! Thanks!