Does anyone know if I can connect an Ethernet hard drive on my Airport Extreme and configure it as an Airport disk? I know I can put a USB hard drive on it, and that works fine, but USB 2.0 is very slow compared to Firewire or Ethernet and I'd like to be able to transfer files much faster. All I've been able to find is LaCie Network drives which work, but there interface is a bit like dealing with Windows; doesn't function properly (time is always off by hours) a lot of unnecessary lingo added (it calls folders "shares"), requires multiple users (the master user/password is admin/admin and the ID cannot be changed), internet browser configuration (yuck), multiple drives popping up on my sidebar even though there's only one drive, etc. It's just a mess, which is standard for anything other than a Mac. Frankly, I don't mind paying extra for a Mac because setting up and maintaining everything is so simple and it seems like I have to do a lot of maintenance to get this LaCie drive functioning the way I want it. I understand the added complexity of an Ethernet drive technically speaking, but all I need is a basic hard drive that's password protectable on an ethernet port so the transfer rate is faster. Any thoughts?