Yeh. WOW. But like would you mind for the sake of mere mortals explaining what particularly you do with all this computer' date=' storage and network gear and how it all fits together. And how you get the most out of it! Cheers [/quote'] 90% of the Storage is Dedicated to Media (60TB) 10% of the Storage is Dedicated to My Virtual Machine Cluster which hosts, Email, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP and SQL for my XBMC Installations You can see that the Servers have a Quad Port NIC Connecting into the Network and also a Dual Port On board NIC that is connected between servers, Quad Port is for Data Transfer Across the LAN and Between Servers Dual Port is for the iScsi transport between the servers to the SAS Array which runs my Hosted VMs, this is done to do away with any bottlenecks caused by large file transfers You will also notice that each of the server has a Single Cat 6 cable running from it, this is for Management of the server and allows direct access to the IPMI so i can control power and the systems in case of a hardware failure or software failure. All my Client Houses have Cisco Business grade IOS Routers, Which have VPN Tunnels back to my 'Data center' which I can control from my router. This allows me real time access to their systems, completely bypassing Control4's Remote Access Protocol. All my Devices run a Cisco VPN Client as well which allows me to segment them away from the other parts of the network and only access Control 4, but this also depends on their Security Permissions within Active Directory. I have a Backup 3G Connection which automatically fails over after 3 consecutive failures to bring up my ADSL Connection. On top of this the Cisco 1801 handles all the traffic for the Unmetered 100Mbit / 100Mbit Internet Connection. Due to having a Virtual Environment running, I am able to run the Virtual Cisco Wireless LAN Controller software which allows me to join all my Cisco APs to one large network to provide seem less switching between access points without devices actually having to disconnect from one and connect to another. Basically, The way I setup my Networking for my House, is the same way i set it up for all my Clients. Wireless, VPN.