Hi, I want your guys' opinions on a setup I'm planning on doing. I have the Mid 2011 Macbook Air, but obviously, the 128GB isn't cutting it for me, and I used to have a 250GB external hard drive specifically for music. But a few days ago, the hard drive went dead, resulting in me having to get another one. The reason it broke is probably because I'm pretty lousy with handling USB cables, and the USB port on my hard drive has sunk into the device itself. And I don't need to have it plugged in all the time, since I'm on the go a lot and only plug it in when I sync my iPod with new music. To prevent things like this from happening in the future, I'm thinking of buying one of those hard drives which I can connect to via a wifi IP created by itself(like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Seagate-Wireless-Built-In-Streaming-STCK1000100/dp/B00AQRUW4Q), where I can access it and make use of the space. This way, I won't have problems with cables. Is this a viable solution for a wire-free music storage? And will this work with iTunes?