So I am in a bit of a bind, and I wanted some outside opinions before I do anything. Here are some details of my setup, needed for background: ISP-Verizon FiOS with supplied ActionTec router PC-MacBook C2D Storage: 2x500gb external for backups and photos, 1x750gb for iTunes. 2xAppleTV So, a while back I had thought of an Apple Airport extreme or Time Capsule because the furthest Apple TV has issues with maintaining connectivity at times. But I skipped on that idea. However, now I am just more and more annoyed at having to connect my external drives every time I want to do anything with iTunes, so wirelessly connecting would be nice. Plus, my FiOS provided wireless has been getting worse. So I have a few scenarios in my head. Some involve the lower-cost AE option, others use the Time Capsule 1-Airport Extreme, USB drive, possible WD or other external drive with gig-e capability. -this would allow me to have the draft-n abilities and retain my existing drive usablity, and the gig-e drive could come whenever, as needed. I still have 200gb open on the 750gb drive, but that should be gone in 6 months. I figure I can connect the AE to the FiOS router via wire (which has been fine), and then connect my drives etc to the airport and use that as my wireless feed. Also, I have several smaller drives (160-250gb) which I could use for the backups alone 2-TimeCapsule 500gb + my 750gb drive Figure this would let me use the built in TC drive for my backups, since my macbook is only around 160gb of stuff, less than half permanent. Plus my itunes drive is still usable. But while having it in one nice package with less tethered devices could be nice.....I have more than 500gb available on drives now, so its hard to justify buying a new (small) drive. I am honestly leaning toward option 1 at this point, because I can spend 180 for the unit and use all my existing drives as I want to, and expand eventually with some NAS type hardware (synology or drobo perhaps), or just the lower end of the spectrum like WD MyBooks. I can deal with a drop in transfer speeds if it means so long as I have my iPhone/iPod cable I can sync it anywhere in my home, and also that I can access iTunes wherever without needing to connect my external drive to my macbook. any flaws or better options?