Hello, I have a bunch of apple components and I am looking for the "best" set up to build on my current home network. Here is my current set up: Time Capsule (2012) set up as WIFI router MacBook (2008ish) using Lion w/ 500GB HD + Max on Ram using for Itunes, Photos, Videos and Internet (4 kids, so I have alot of videos and photos) Apple TV (We dont have cable so we live off this and mirroring from MacBook for channels w/out apple tv app) Printer over WIFI 2 internal HDs in cases to use them as external HDs for extra storage of Videos 2 Iphones + Ipad + Ipod Time Machine backs up MacBook to TimeCapsule, and there is nothing else on the TimeCapsule HD. I am in the market for an iMac (probably going to be 21.5" w/ 1TB from the refurbished section of the apple store) I want to move over everything to the iMac, put my video library on a SSHD or hybrid HD and connect to the iMac. I would like to then use my current macbook for internet only but create a network that would allow me to access any video or photo files that are on the iMac or external HD The iMac is going to sit literally next to the Time capsule so it might make sense to connect it over LAN vs Wifi to save on the wifi capacity? My big questions is...can this be done with an iMac out of the box? What is the best way to wire this or configure this all up? End of the day I am going to be 100% reliant on apple but I am hoping that all my devices will talk to each other and be synched up. And with the new iMac i'll finally be able to run the latest OSX and enjoy the devices to their fullest (until next year when something newer comes out) Thanks for the help!