Hi guys, long time browser first time thread starter. Hope this is in the right place etc. I keep chewing through USB hard drives (broken 4 in the last couple of years) so I'm looking for a more robust solution. Luckily I have a wired home network as well as WiFi, so I have a number of options. Ideally I'd like to be able to have a time machine drive/partition (approx. 512GB to match my rMBP), with 1-2TB reserved for storage that can be accessed by as many devices on my network as possible. If I can access it via iPad/Android/Windows then that would be ideal. I'd also like to be able to stream media directly from it, so speed is definitely a consideration. So far I've looked at the WD My Cloud which seems good for the money, or buying an older Mac Pro (1,1), which offers the added benefit of being able to increase capacity but with the drawback of increased power consumption and potentially being less future-proof. Any other thoughts or ideas? What am I missing?