My hard drive is filling fast with content. I use my 2012 MacBook Pro to work full-time from home, travel quarterly for work, iTunes to store all media, and iPhoto for all pictures. I maxed it out with a 1TB hard drive and 16 GB Ram. I'm considering my options to store all media in one place. I would like the storage to have room to grow, store media for both my husband and I, and have easy access for all idevices for both of us. I have a late 2009 white 13" MacBook. I am pondering setting up two accounts for my husband and I on this same computer and moving all of our iTunes and iPhoto content to an external drive connected to the laptop. I figure this way the Apple TV would be able to access both libraries all of the time. Currently, we need to open iTunes on our respective computers to access content. I would sell my 2012 MacBook (higher resale value than 2009 MB) and buy a TB Display and 13" MBA to use solely for work purposes. Does this plan sound sensible for handling our media? Is the 2009 MB able to access idevices wirelessly? Would a refurbished Mac Mini server or other option serve my purposes better?