Hi guys and gals, Here's the deal. I currently run a 'b' wireless network at home which is used by my iBook and my Tosh laptop. I store all my movies, photos and mp3s on an external drive which I can plug into either machine. Trouble is that I don't want to leave a laptop powered up and running all the time so that I can always access the external drive. I also want the flexibility of being able to easily move laptops around the apartment (otherwise I would have bought towers right?). Well browsing around, I came across this Netgear WGT634U wireless 'storage' router. Now it looks like I can plug my external drive into the back of this thing and access it remotely. The manual says that it uses Microsoft Networking to make the drive available on the LAN. Will I be able to connect to it using the iBook (I'm running the latest version of Panther)? It mentions Macs but only tells you how to access files using the web browser. That would be no good for iTunes! Second and final question is that I currently have a Netgear DG824M wireless (802.11b)/adsl modem/router. The Netgear WGT634U above doesn't have a modem built in. Can I utilise just the adsl modem part of the DG824M and plug it into the WGT634U to save me buying a dedicated modem? Thanks in advance for any help!