I don't have an iPhone or iPod touch handy to test this, so please help me out with some info if you can. The setup would be: - iTunes running on a MacBook - an AirPort Express conneced to the stereo amp - Remote.app on an iPhone 1. Does the Mac have to be awake, or will Remote.app trigger a 'wake-on-LAN' event to wake it up if it's asleep? 2. Does iTunes have to be open already, or will Remote.app launch it automatically? 3. Does Remote.app let you control more than one iTunes library? For example, can my g/f use her iPhone to control her Macbook's music or my Macbook's music, whichever she prefers to listen to at the time? 4. Do you have to have the AirTunes speakers already selected in iTunes, or can you pick where you want the output to go from Remote.app on the iPhone? For example, we usually don't have either of our computers set to use the AirTunes speakers, so it would be cool if she could pick that from Remote.app without having to run upstairs and change the setting. Best-case scenario: She opens up Remote.app, picks her computer (which is asleep upstairs). Her computer wakes up, launches iTunes, and she uses Remote.app to select that she wants the output to go only to the remote speakers in the living room. Is that possible?