I was planning on getting a 160GB Intel SSD, however the 80GB SSD is $200 cheaper. I want to store music, videos, documents, etc. as well as install Windows 7 on bootcamp, so space will be highly limited on the 80GB. With that said, I was interested in buying a 500 GB Time Capusle to serve as a external hard drive. I have a few questions though: 1. Is Time Capsule "really" a wireless hard drive? Do you need to have a wi fi connection to save or load files from the TC or is it similar in functionality to a bluetooth device where you don't need a wireless (wifi or ethernet) internet connection? Does it save/load files the same way an external hard drive does when hooked up to a Mac? 2. Are time capsules reliable? Do they have problems or have a risk of being corrupted or breaking over time similar to external and internal hard drives, or are they built better? 3. I'm going to use this in a dorm, so are there security settings to make the data stored on the TC secure and password protected? 4. How well does it work with Windows? Do you have to partition and format the HD to have it work with the TV? Sorry for the obvious questions, but just want to make sure I'm correct in my assumptions before I buy one. Note: I already own an external HD and a Airport express, but I like the idea of having a wireless HD so I can easily convert that 80GB SSD into a 580GB HD when I'm in my room, without having to hook up a usb power external.