I've gone through MRoogle a few times with different keywords, but it didn't come up with anything definitive, and the threads that did come up were about 3 years old. I have quite a few Macs I use on a daily basis, 4 to be exact. 1 UMBP, 1 MBP, 1 MB, and 1 MBA. You might wonder why I have 4. It's really about my mood for the day. I use the UMBP when it's gonna be a heavy workload day at the office, the MBP when I plan on going out of town (since it already has a few dents and scratches, a few more from putting it in my travel bag wouldn't bother me a bit), the MB when I plan on hanging out with my friends (because my friends tend to borrow my laptop whenever I'm with them and they just treat it so poorly - I have this notion that the MB can handle their knack for mishandling), and finally the MBA when I plan on kickin' back at some cafe while I type some documents. Back to the issue: I don't want a .Me subscription or anything that requires an internet connection coz we all know that there're places that just don't have internet. I want something more "real-time". Example: When all the Macs are in range of each other via my home wi-fi, they automatically (or manually, by physically launching the program) communicate with each other to sync the folders that I set them to sync. I know that dragging and dropping between Macs is a solution, but it just seems so Jurassic in this day and age. Is there a program that can do this or is there something that comes close?