Hello! Now I've been trying my best not to make this thread and I feel an idiot for doing so, but after a while(prior to me signing up) of searching and no results, I sadly have to. Now this isn't aimed just at mbp's, but you'll know what I mean. Was their an apple conference where they explained the reasoning to the tiny/fast hard drives? For a company that earns a big chunk of its revenue from iTunes, you'd think they would want loads of storage. Is this what they want so people spend loads on choosing the biggest hard drive or do they want you to buy a nas/time capsule? If you have a massive library and you can't store everything on your device, you'd have to pick and choose what you want to watch, then(in my case) spend hours just downloading 1 movie. So what am I missing? This can't be the way it is? Cheers for any help.