Hi all.....so its time for me to centralise and share the familys music and photos and keep it backed up so figure the best way to do that is with a NAS. It needs to serve x2 laptops, 1x desktop, Xbox360, PS3, and a SONOS and maybe movies via my Archos (not sure if that can be done so would just be a bonus rather than a must). I don't want anything that requires a networking degree to set up and have a max budget of £300 9less is always better!!). I have thought of the free software and redundant pc set up but want something - shall we say more asthetic and compact. Also thought about the cheap NAS route like a WD World book however Iit seems to me that if these go faulty they are not designed to be end user repairable. I quite like the idea of the Netgear Readynas with 2x 1tb drives due to the ease (it seems) of being able to swap out drives when they go faulty and that currently you pay for 1 harddrive and can send off for the additional hard drive free, but not sure if there are better options for the same or less money. Any help would be much appreciated.