I have a 1TB Lacie Rugged hard drive that I use for Time Machine backups of my 15" MBP. I have the drive partitioned into 3 groups. One is an NTFS structure, because I occasionally use a PC, one is a "transfer" section that's FAT32 formatted (and obviously only 32GB), and the final is HFS+ formatted, and that is almost exclusively used for Time Machine. Last week, I picked up what I thought would be a useful device. It's a BuffaloTech Cloudstor Pro (a 2TB remote storage device, a personal "cloud"). I tossed a second WD Green 2TB drive into it, and set it up RAID1. The Cloudstor is little more than a hard drive enclosure with a pogoplug device, all in one. It uses the Pogoplug software and interface. I got this thing for two reasons. The first is to be able to do wireless backups of both my MBP and my wifes iMac (which doesn't have Time Machine, but will be upgraded to Lion soon). The second is to be able to use my iPad (along with the camera kit) to remotely backup photos taken on vacation. A Time Capsule would have handled the first task, but not the second. The camera backup thing is a limitation of the iOS software from Pogoplug, unfortunately. Since I travel a lot, I wanted to be able to do Time Machine backups to that drive from anywhere with a WiFi connection. Talking with Buffalo, it seems like this is impossible. It is also impossible to actually get the Cloudstor to do a Time Machine backup locally. I'm working on that problem right now, but my question is this: Does anyone know of a way to use Time Machine to back up to a remotely located drive? I.e. I have my cloud drive hooked up to my LAN through my wireless router. I can access that drive via the online interface or using the Pogo desktop program from anywhere in the world (and the computer treats it like a standard drive). How can I do Time Machine backups to that drive when I am off of my LAN?