So here's the situation... I've picked up a semi used Mac Mini for a good price. It has a thunderbolt port. Now, honestly, all my data is in Windows, so I'm planning to use BootCamp to run Windows on it rather than go through the hassle of moving my library over. (Plus, I have some scripts set up in Windows that keep things working like I want.) Right now, I'm using a Drobo FS to store my iTunes Library with a little Acer acting as an iTunes Server. I had previously gotten the NAS to give myself access to my files from multiple devices. However, with a combo of SkyDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox, I'm pretty much covered at this point, so the only thing left on the NAS is my iTunes library. All my video streaming to my ATV comes from my iTunes library, so Plex and that sort of thing doesn't really interest me at this time. Are there any pros to keeping a NAS vs. getting a thunderbolt Disk-Attached-Storage device? Or would I see any improvement in load times using a DAS (all the connections between NAS, Acer, and ATV are wired 1Gbs connections)? Do thunderbolt connections even get the same speed under Windows (I would assume it's a hardware thing, but assuming is a dangerous thing)? Just looking for some information.