I currently have an original aluminum iMac, TV, and iPad. The iMac runs iTunes and is on 24/7 to serve media to the TV and the iPad via Home Sharing. My iTunes library currently resides on an external disk connected to the iMac. The TV is hard-wired to my Time Capsule but the iMac is upstairs and connects over wireless. I frequently add movies to the iTunes library and sync the iPad both wirelessly and via USB. I frequently connect the iPad to the iMac via USB to et video off and put into iTunes. My wife and I share a single iTunes account to keep things simple. I have thought about selling the iMac and getting an MBA plus something to act as an iTunes server for the network (possibly a Mac Mini directly connected to my Time capsule and with the iTunes library on the TC). This would allow more freedom for me and would also get rid of the wireless connection when streaming to the TV, but I have a few questions: 1) Can I add to the "master" iTunes library on the TC from the MBA? Or must I add using the Mac Mini? 2) Can I sync the iPad from the MBA or only the MIni? 3) If I add to the MBA's local iTunes library, how do I move the new items to the "master" iTunes library on the TC? At first glance it seems that the MBA is a simpler solution, but iTunes management seems to quickly get out of hand. Am I biting off more than is feasible here? I may have additional questions as I think this through some more.