I have content stored on a Synology DS214 Play in my basement connected to a DD-WRT Router and a Comcast 100 Megabit (down) connection. My 27" iMac has iTunes installed and the iTunes Library location is one of the shared folders on the Synology unit. I stream content from that iTunes to 2 AppleTV units in my house. It all works very well because every device in the scenario is hardwired via Gigabit ethernet. I've never had any issues with this setup. I have a friend across town also on Comcast in a 50 megabit scenario with an AppleTV. I'm going to be staying with them for a few weeks while my place is under construction. They use the Comcast modem for routing and wireless and the AppleTV is a latest generation model ------ I'd like to connect to my Synology from her house and access my movies on her AppleTV. My first thought was to enable the VPN on the Synology and connect to it from her MacBook Pro and then use Finder.app to browse for movies and use AirPlay mirroring for movies. That shouldn't be too difficult but what if I want to turn on her AppleTV and just browse the Computers section like I do today, browse my iMac and access the movies. Does she need a router with built-in VPN support so the iMac appears to be in the same room to the AppleTV and I just login to HomeSharing with y credentials and off I go? Any idea what sort of buffering issues I may have if I do this? I'm looking for people to respond who have actually done this, not just speculation. Thanks in advance!