'm still trying to figure out how to create an iTunes-server. The usual solution is to have iTunes running on some machine which then streams it's library with Airtunes. unfortunately that is not an ideal solution for me. Read on for my sitiation and my options as far I can see them: My main-machine is a MacBook pro that has two users: me and my wife. We both have separate accounts and separate iTunes-libraries. We both add content to our libraries and we would like to be able to sync our libraries to our iPods. What about the server? The server should be able to stream all our content thorought the household. So the server would be streaming combination of our libraries. Now, what are my options? Well, there's Firefly-server (google it, if you are interested). Why Firefly? If I put our libraries in a network-share using filestructure like /iTunes/Me and /iTunes/wife, which would then contain our libraries, Firefly could stream the content located in those subfolders. It can also monitor the folders, so when one of us would add content to our library, it would pick it up and make that new content available for streaming. So, what's the problem? Well, there's AppleTV (which I don't have yet, but might in the future), Airport Express and the iPhone's iTunes-remote. If I want to play that content back in those, I need to enter a PIN-code to pair the server with the client. And there's no way to enter that PIN in to Firefly. So no go. How about running iTunes on the server? Then it would work seamlessly with the clients, and the PIN would work. But.... How could I make it play the combination of two folders? Could I put the two libraries in same physical location, and just tell the server-iTunes to use that physical location as it's library? End-result would be that the combined content of the libraries would then appear in the server-iTunes. But how could I make the server-iTunes to be automatically aware of new added content? Could this setup result in duplication of content?