We have an iMac and a MacBook in the house, and would like some shared storage and backup. Currently there's an (old, small) USB external hard drive which gets connected to either computer for backing-up important stuff (Aperture/iPhoto/Documents). This is done manually as I haven't found a backup program that will do it automatically when the drive is connected (any suggestions?) We don't have any shared storage at the moment. Some stuff is duplicated onto both machines; some stuff is just shared as and when both machines are on. What I'd like ideally (I think) would be to get the music/movies/(maybe photos?) off both computers, freeing up disk space, and onto a shared storage space. This would then need to be backed up - ideally automatically. I don't have much knowledge of the solutions available at the moment, and was hoping some MacRumors-ers could help me. It sounds to me like I basically want a network-attached RAID-ed pair of HDDs. Or, a network-attached disk with a USB/FW and an appropriate external HDD, and software somewhere that backs up the networked disk to the networked-and-USB'd disk. Or can I do something useful with an Airport Base Station thing? (Currently have Linksys ADSL modem/router/wireless - need ADSL connection for internet, which I believe the Apple Airport thing doesn't have - I presume I can connect it's 'WAN' port to a 'LAN' port on my current modem/router? Any ideas/options/specific hardware/software recommendations would be great. Cost is a consideration too. I'd be hoping to spend around £200 in total? (Not sure if that's realistic though). That's supposedly US$400, but probably actually only US$250 in real life prices! Thanks everybody! Jonathan.