The problem with being an insane Apple enthusiast like myself is that over the past 14 years, I have accumulated a lot of Apple devices, along with a LOT of music, photos and videos. I have thousands of each of them, and files have originated from a variety of sources. The worst part is that they are scattered among an iMac, two MacBook Airs, an external hard drive with stuff from previous Macs (including old iMovie files and folders), a first gen Apple TV, two iPads and two iPhones (p.s., it's not just my stuff, but my wife and daughter's stuff as well). Anyway, what I want is a central repository of all photos, tunes and videos which is secure and backed up, and is accessible from every device. Is this even possible? My external hard drive is a 1 terabyte Western Digital MyBook, and my iMac has a 1 terabyte internally. Also, I have a recent generation Airport Extreme Base Station (maybe 1.5-2 years old) which is connected to a high speed AT&T U-Verse internet connection (18 Mbps). I do NOT want to lose any of my data, and I really need to work on consolidating and archiving all of my photos and videos especially, since those are unique items that will never be replaceable through iTunes (unlike my music, movies and TV shows). Of course, in an ideal world, I'd like to be able to open iTunes or iPhoto from any device, have access to the same library, and have it so that any changes I make from one device is saved across all of them. I know that iCloud is not there yet, though I certainly hope that it's headed in that direction. Are there any solutions in the meantime?