Hi, With the news about remote file sharing via mobile me becoming available on the Time Capsule I find myself wondering just how secure is the Time Capsule. If I am to enable the remote file sharing will that simply expose my personal files to every hacker and script kiddie on the 'net or is it pretty secure? In general, mixing the role of firewall with any other function is considered a bad idea which is why I run a dedicated Monowall firewall between my ADSL router and my Time Capsule. However, with energy prices the way they are I have considered dispensing with the Monowall and just plugging the TC straight into the ADSL router. This would save me around £50 per year on electricity but I don't want that to be at the expense of security in any practical sense. Does anyone know of any penetration testing having been done against the Time Capsule and whether it is up to the job of being primary firewall for a domestic network? My instincts tell me that having a firewall, wifi access point and file server in the same box is a bad idea but it is also a very convenient solution if it is secure enough. Comments please... Thanks, Craig.