hi all, here's my current setup: 2x 1TB HDD's that are both NTFS and store general files like music/videos plus one 1TB drive that Time Machine uses to backup my Mac. i don't know where to place this thread, but i thought i'd get a much better response here because the Mac folk would have more experience with ExFAT. since Mac's cannot write to NTFS and i have a Mac and Windows machines i thought i'd be better off just switching both to ExFAT and keep this as a permanent solution. what are the limitations of ExFAT compared to NTFS? can other devices like iPods and Android devices read ExFAT? what would i be giving up by switching to ExFAT from NTFS? what do you guys think? what potential problems can i run into? does ExFAT have higher rates of disk failure or anything like that? would i be better off leaving one as NTFS and making the other ExFAT just in case? since this is a big undertaking, i want to make sure i know what i'm doing. i want to keep using the normal 'Mac OS Extended (Journaled)' for the Mac's HDD, but switch the external HDD's from NTFS to ExFAT. what can you recommend? this is all my data so i'm worried. thanks for any help!