so a quick back story, I just got my new laptop (which is my primary computer) its a new Intel Apple (so running OSX). There is my old desktop which duel boots XP pro and Suse Linux 10.1. I currently have a linksys wireless G router for my cable modem using 128-bit encryption. I have alot of video clips, MP3s and backed up DVDs on my desktop, many of which I would like to still use on my desktop from time to time but would like to run on my apple primarily. I am in the market for at least 300 gb preferably 500 gb (or at least a drive that can be expanded by connecting other drives USB ect to it) So I have a few questions. 1) In a ~800 sq ft. apartment will a wireless networked hard drive work with my current setup (so I can stay both on the internet and on the hard drive) as well as provide a fast enough transfer rate not to have lagging video and music? I know writing to the drive and copying from it will be slower that a connected drive. 2) Assuming that the hard drive will meet my needs of running audio and video off of the network drive while remaining connected to the internet, are there any wireless drives that will work easily with OSX, XP and Suse Linux? it at least need to work with OSX and Windows XP. So any that you would recommend. (also protecting by a password ect of certain folders would be nice) So basically I need recommendations on either a wireless drive or casing that works with OSX XP pro and preferably Suse as well. It really doesn't matter if it connects to the router or wirelessly. Though since it might get moved I would like it to if possible expanded the area covered by the wireless. feel free to add any insight of you own regarding wireless drives. Thank you for any recommendation and comments or experiences as well I'm sure I'll have more questions.