A little input required here guys. So I've currently got a MacBook Pro which doesn't come with a great deal of storage. I'm currently using a number of external hard drives but want to look at one central place I can save and access files to and from. What I would like to do is: Place all my files (movies, music) on this storage device and be able to access and transfer files from both my MacBook Pro and iMac. So essentially I will not just be using this as a backup but also to access these files on a regular basis. Access the files both from home and remotely from other locations. A few points: I am not going to use either device for anything more than the above so I appreciate there is probably a vast number of things you can do in addition to what I require them for however I will only be using it as a basic user. Is the Time Capsule HD upgradable. One thing that makes me lean towards the Synology is that I can upgrade the HD as and when required whereas I have a feeling that with the Time Capsule I may be limited to 3TB. I'd prefer something that has an easy to use interface, I appreciate it will not be plug and play as such but just something that is not overly technical. A plus point with the Time Capsule is that as it is also a wi-fi base station, I can use it to replace my existing router which currently is not very good at all (Sky Fibre Broadband). Also how would either device work with Apple TV? Eventually I wish to purchase a new Smart TV and Apple TV and would like to access the movies stored on the device. (I don't currently have Apple TV) I'd appreciate any opinions on what might be better for me.