My wife is a heavy notebook user, and I'm slowly migrating away from my beloved desktop and 24" monitor to be more sociable in the Living room with a notebook of my own. The notebook I have has a 750G 7200RPM HD, and I'm thinking of changing it out for a 256G SSD to improve battery life and start/stop responsiveness (Different usage pattern in the LR). I want to maintain portability and wouldn't want a tethered external HD, but I'm wondering about the practical limits of accessing files over WIFI. I'm trying to think of file types that would be problematic in this scenario. We have smart TVs and BD players that I can tether storage to for video and music, so the big thing I might see doing is accessing the growing library of photos and home movies (HD videos shot on smartphones) to entertain the kids (and some day organize into meaningful order). I've noticed the WIFI is generally not good for heavy freight hauling (i.e. I wouldn't want to load a game over the Net) Has anyone else come across use cases that stress accessing files over WIFI? Anyone BTDT and have thoughts on limitations?