OK, here's the situation and what I want to do. At home, we got a wireless 802.11b/g network set up. I got a MacBook (sig) and a Iomega Ultramax 1TB Firewire Drive (on my room). My iTunes library is stored on my MacBook, but the movies and TV shows are stored on the Firewire Drive. Now, what I want to do is: Be able to go sit in the living room, kitchen, etc ... and still be able to access that firewire drive (thus making it possible for me to watch those movies in iTunes as well) As far as I know, and please correct me if I'm wrong, that's why I made this thread ... these are my options. 1) AirPort Extreme: connect the external drive to the AirPort Extreme (USB) and that way I can access it over the wireless network, right? And when I'm at my desk and want higher transfer speeds, I can connect it using the Firewire cable. 2) Time Capsule: I read that 'basically' the TC is an Airport Extreme with a built-in hard drive. Now ... I've wanted to buy a TC for a pretty long time to make back-ups with Time Machine. So could I use the TC as well for the situation explained above? Connect the external drive to the TC (USB) and access it over the wireless network. My main concern with this: will I be able to A) use the TC HD for *just* back-ups, no other storage. B) use the external HD for other storage, like movies etc. The TC won't merge the two drives into one 2TB drive, will it? They will still be separate, right? Thanks in advance, your help is greatly appreciated.