I'm looking to purchase an airport to create a wireless network in my new apartment. Until recently I was a PC guy, so the best option I had was to buy a Linksys range expander and pirate my neighbor's internet (yes, that's bad, but it's my parents who live next door, so I'm not so worried about it). Now I've got a MBP and I'm moving to a new apartment. So I want an airport for (ideally) 4 reasons. 1) Wireless internet (duh) 2) Wireless print serving 3) Wireless PC speakers 4) Wireless Time Machine backup I know I can easily do 1-3, but it's 4 I'm concerned about. The Apple Store website says that with the Extreme, you can connect a USB hub to connect more than one USB device--the Express says nothing of the sort. But here's the rub: the reviews on the Extreme page seem to suggest that a lot of people have had trouble setting up the Time Machine backups over the Airport Extreme. I don't really want to spend the extra 80 bucks if it's not going to work anyway. So this leads to three questions: A) Can the Airport Express handle multiple USB devices B) Will either be able to process my Time Machine back-ups, or am I just going to have to continue doing it the old-fashioned way? C) If I'm going to have to do the Time Machine back-ups the old-fashioned, wired way, is there any reason to get the Extreme instead of the Express? Thanks!