So I just kinda want yall input on this. Before I bought the macbook i wanted to buy a mac mini, but since it only supports 30hz at 4k i had to go with the macbook. However a couple of days ago i discovered this amazing software called Plex. I guess most of yall already know what it is but for yall that don't it's basically a software that lets you stream(?) your local files on the computer to the cloud so that you can access them on all your other devices with Plex. I had been using the VLC app to stream movies to the apple tv but idk if it's the app but it would always like stop and stuff in the middle of the movie etc. Also adding subtitles was a huge hassle. So I started air playing from computer instead but the quality was not as good. Plex however is flawless. The stream and everything is flawless. Way better quality than air play. So that had me thinking... If i use my mac mini as a server (since it will always be on) then I can just use plex on my apple tv to watch movies and that way kinda bypass the 30hz limitation right? Because all I really do on my computer is to manage music and download movies etc. I'm typing this from my computer but I wouldn't have a problem just using my phone (or perhaps if I get an iPad). So what do yall think? This Plex software might seriously change my life. For e.g. if i travel somewhere i can put shows etc on the plex cloud and stream them wherever in the world i am. Will going back to HDD be a big hassle though since I have flash storage in the macbook?