Hi all, You've been very helpful to me in the past and so I'm reaching out again with what I'm thinking is probably a simple question with a variety of possible answers. Here's the situation: I recently replaced my awful old router in the house with an Airport Extreme & an Airport Express repeating the signal for the basement (five-bar Wi-Fi coverage everywhere, woo!) and picked up an Apple TV (newest) while I was at it. While setting it up, it occurred to me that I'd really prefer having my iTunes library accessible throughout the house without me having to have my main computer on all the time and since it's a work machine, it would also help me regain some useful disk space. In short, I'd like to... 1. Make my iTunes library accessible without relying on the machine it's currently on. 2. Allow access to the library to my family on their various devices and on our new Apple TV (just worried about access in the home, really, not terribly concerned with accessing it from other places over the internet). 3. Not compromise the quality of my media; most videos I have are in 1080p, most music in lossless (Apple Lossless). So what I'm wondering is...what is the best solution for accomplishing this? If I move my iTunes library to an external HD connected to the Airport Extreme, would that be the best method in terms of performance/flexibility? Is there a particular drive type? Do I need to explore a NAS option or is a basic external going to do the trick? Will I be able to access my 1080p videos and extensive collection of lossless audio or will I be stuck with some kind of optimized streaming conversion of degraded quality? I'd really appreciate some feedback from folks who've accomplished a similar setup so that I put together the smartest solution. Thanks very much!