So for the time being I think I have figured out my personal solution to my limited storage. I bought a netgear n600 Mac version wireless router. It works with USB hubs, so I plan to use a USB 3.0 enclosure with 750gb Segate Hybrid Momentus XT hdd 7200 rpm(8GB ssd cache) and a couple other 250gb external hdds I have laying around. I plan to use one of the 250gb hdd's with the routers built in Time Machine compatibility. The other I will just use for housing my downloads folder that normally would be left on my Mac. The 750gb drive will contain my iTunes library, iPhoto and Lightroom 4 libraries and house all my Windows game installs mainly using steam. I know the USB 2.0 will make things a little slower but when I really need speed the USB 3.0 enclosure can plug right into my rmbp. As for access from away from home, I can either take the 750gb drive with me, or the router allows access to the drives from anywhere on the net. Plus with the dual band wireless N the local access to files will be really fast for what I am using it for. On the Mac itself I will have OS X and Windows 7 with only about 60 gb or less given to Windows 7. I plan to remove the swap file in Windows 7 and disable hibernate to save a bunch of space. In the OS X side I will be disabling Time Machine local backups to save space (not needed with my use). Sounds expensive but I already had everything but the router (bought new on ebay for less than $70 vs over $100 retail) and the USB 3.0 enclosure.