So I'm looking for a wireless network storage solution that will allow me to do a number of things: 1. Let my Macbook Pro access wirelessly for automated Time Machine backups. 2. Store all my iTunes music (about 15,000 songs) on it. 3. Access to the music via Shared Libraries through my iPhone, to fling to Air Play devices. 4. 2-4 TB total space, for room to backup other data from PCs, and file browsing through wireless network. 5. Lower power consumption (ie, I don't want to run a desktop PC 24/7). 6. Allow hookup of 2 drives at once, so they can be mirrored, or just to split up the data or swap out if one fails (not sure exactly what's best here). Anyway, I know there are NAS solutions that can do some of these things. What setups could do all of these things? Instead of NAS, is there a way to get an AEBS (or other router) with USB access to dual hard drives? This seems like it would be cheaper than a NAS. Thanks. While I'm a wiz with web application development, networking hardware has always been my weakest area.