I've been looking for an external hard drive for a while, and finally I understand what I need and want. I'm going to connect it to my AEBS 4th gen. and use it mainly for my iTunes library which I'm streaming to my ATV2 using either Home Sharing when my computer is running, or ATV Flash (black) when it's off. Cheap, ethernet (gigabit) connection, single drive suffice (no backing up to it, no important files) and quiet. Those are the requirements I have. I had pretty much found three valid alternatives: Seagate GoFlex Home, WD My Book Live and Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive. They're in the same price range and seem to have very similar performance. The MBL tests a bit faster, but lacks USB ports. But then I found this site: http://www.cnet.com/network-storage/seagate-goflex-home-network/4540-3382_7-34147061-4.html The user reviews are so bad for each and every one of these that I'm not sure what to think... Does anyone know whether CNet's user reviews are worth listening to, or should I just go with the professional reviews? And does anyone have any last minute input on which of these drive is the better, or do you have personal experience with any of them? Thanks in advance.