Hey Guys, Recently I bought a new router RT-N56U and a 3Tb Go Flex Desk Hard Drive. Unfortunately, I didn't know that the biggest drive size supported by the router USB is 2Tb and I can't return any of them Reading thru the internet, I found out some other guys with the same problem. Some of them partitioned the drive into 2Tb + 1 Tb and then the router can mount both partitions. Probably will set the Time Machine on the smaller partition and keep the 2Tb for my files. My main concern is about partition formats and I can't find any info on that. I don't know which one to use. I'll be using the files (most mkv's, mp3's and photos) on my Apple TV 2 + XBMC and on my rMBP. Its good to keep compatibility to Windows too as i'm the only one using OSX here. Most of my MKV's are bigger than 4Tb, so using the universal FAT32 won't solve the problem. Should I use exFAT or NTFS (compressed or not?), or stay to MAC OS Expanded? I'd use NTFS, but I read that NTFS is much slower than FAT32, would it be a problem for me? What do you guys recommend? Thanks!