I've done a lot of reading on this, but I figured I should ask here to get a specific answer. Here's what I'm trying to do... I want to backup my rMBP with a 500 GB SSD wirelessly. I live in a fraternity house on one side of the city, and my parents live on the other side of the city. I want a way to remotely backup to a hard drive at my parent's house while I am on campus. I've researched the pogoplug devices and am wondering if anyone has any experience doing remote backups to an off-site hard drive using them. The fraternity house averages 40-45 Mbps download and 3-5 Mbps upload speed, and my parent's house averages 20-30 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload speed. My concern is if I will be able to setup time machine to consistently backup across the city to my parent's house with the pogo plug, even if I have to mount the drive every time I backup (once or twice daily). The pogoplug series 4 is of course the most convenient but I could also buy the regular pogo plug or the pogo plug classic. Has anyone had success or have a strong opinion on whether this would work or not? If you don't know what a pogoplug is or if you need a refresher on prices and features, follow this link... http://pogoplug.com/devices Thanks for your time.