Ok I know these issues have been discussed many times before, but I start reading the threads and they all go off in different directions and I get confused so here goes: I have a Macbook Pro, 500GB HD that is nearing capacity and hooked up to a 2TB Time Capsule that serves as my router. I also have an Iphone 5s, 2 Apple TV 3s, and plan on picking up an Ipad Air. I have a data plan that has a large data capacity so streaming via LTE will happen a good bit. What I want to do is store all of my Itunes library on a separate disk so that I can free up space on my Macbook and have more room--I have a ton of dvds I'd like to rip, but no more room on the HD. I also would like to be able to stream (via Wifi from home), but also via cellular when I'm in the car or on a trip, or even vacation from my Ipad, Phone, or computer. How do I go about this, and is this even possible? From what I understand I need to get some type of external drive and hook it up to my Time Capsule. I understand this should allow me to access my library from any of my Apple devices while I'm at home on wifi, correct? But how do I also make it work when I'm not home? I tried the Air Video app and as long as my Macbook is at home and Itunes is on, I am able to stream via LTE any of the videos I've ripped, but nothing purchased directly from Itunes (kind of defeats the purpose, right?) What is the most logical option to be able to put all my data in one spot and be able to access it either at home or on the road? Being able to do this would allow me to buy an Ipad with a smaller storage size, since I wouldnt need to physically add the video files directly to the Ipad.