Hello all! I am a graphic designer at a small business (3 designers) and I am looking for a better way to access our design files. We have a PowerMac G5 (running 10.5 Leopard) as a file server. With gigabit ethernet and a 2TB RAID 0 setup, accessing the server's files are quick and easy. But, the question I have lies outside the local network. Since I am a freelance designer, I am not always at the office. I am looking for the best solution to access the server's files quickly, to upload and download new and existing files. The office and my apartment has Comcast 50Mbps down, and 10Mbps up. So, I am limited to about 10Mbps. I can access the files via AFP, but it is very slow. even opening a folder takes up to 30 seconds. The whole design folder for the project I want to sync is 58GB and growing. The solution I am using now is this: I bought an external hard drive and an app called Chronosync. Everyday I sync the files from the server to the external hard drive and it takes about 15 to 20 minutes. Then, when I'm done working, I sync again and it takes another 15-20 minutes. What I wish I could get is it to work like Dropbox, where it automatically syncs when there are changes, but that would get expensive quickly buying extra storage. I looked into something called sparkle share, but it won't run on the PowerMac G5. Thoughts or suggestions?