I have a new iMac, final generation Airport Extreme, and I needed a large drive to act as a movie share for my Infuse setup. I spotted a 4TB Western Digital MyCloud Home for under $180 so I bought it. I've never set up a NAS before. There were no instructions in the box, just a card that looked like a bookmark with some basic art that apparently represents the router and the drive, along with an iOS device. There's a string of numbers on a sticker at the bottom, and thats all. No instructions. I plugged an ethernet cable in to the LAN port on the AE, and ran it to the new drive. Power up. It spun up, but thats it. Drive Utility showed nothing. Time Machine was able to see it down to the model number, but I wasn't going to use this for Time Machine. I need to clean 600MB of movies off my iMac, not duplicate the drive remotely. I saw there was a USB port on the back, so I hunted down the appropriate cable and connected the drive directly to the iMac, but that failed as well. That just doesn't make sense. I've been searching around on WD support, which is just about worthless. Everything I read is for people who want to use it as a remote backup for iOS devices, not for someone who wants an actual NAS. I just want this thing to serve movies locally, behind my firewall. If anyone can offer any help on how to use this as an external, non-backup volume I'd appreciate it.