Hey all, I just purchased a NAS200 as it was 2nd hand and cheap and has a Lan port which i can plug into my my wireless router. I seen reveiws of these things and people complain of slow 5mbps (is it megabytes or megabits). I will add a 1tb drive and add all my videos and music and probably a partition for ebooks, pdfs, and projects material im working on. I don't understand this twonky media server stuff, yes i did read their website but im new to it. I want my laptops and desktop and HTPC to read all my media and play it from my NAS200. I have itunes installed simply because of the Cover View which i like as it resembles a jukebox. However i have only been able to install it on the pc connected to my current USB storage which is networked via Windows simple file sharing; trying to get other pc's to read the library file etc. I was told Twonky would fix this or make it easier? How do i go about useing it or setting up my other pc's to work with twonky on my NAS200? Also i had originally just to update to the lattest firmware, Ver.3.4R75. However i have since seen the Jac2b firmware. I dont know allot about linux but a good tutorial and i should be able to have it up and running. I noticed Jac2b allows updating to lattest Twonkymedia server which would be important for me i assume, is their a good tutorial on how to do this. i Read the thread but dont understand the tutorial written by Jac ie what does 'create an rc.d directory in the root of your first hard disk' mean? Apart from the ability to update Twonky easier what does this firmware offer? I have not herd of Dropbear and all that stuff so not sure how relevant it would be to me. My pc's at home are all Windows based atm. Thanks in advance for answers to a really noob question.