Hello all, For the past several years, I have had fantastic luck with my setup: using my aging Mac Mini as an iTunes server, allowing the TVs in my home to access music and video files stored locally. This all worked wonderfully until the Mini finally gave up the ghost after 10 years of faithful service. Now I'm re-evaluating the setup. I liked having the Mini in this role, because it was versatile and it was always nice having one extra computer around. On the other hand, it just seems like overkill for this purpose, and it seems like the kind of task that could be handled by a smaller, cheaper device. So I started looking for other options. Since the Home Sharing service needed by AppleTV is proprietary, there really isn't one. The closest I could come up with is a $200 Micro Windows PC, and that still seems like a fair amount of overkill. If I were going in that direction, might as well just drop the other shoe and get another Mini. Has anyone else gone down this path, and if so, what was your answer? It seems like a void in Apple's lineup that they should logically want to fill, but I realize their business plan revolves around streaming movies from the iTunes store, not ripped from shiny discs. They hate people like me.