Buffalo has taken its impressive TeraStation and turned it into a home server by rolling in Mediabolic's media server software. Built to conform to the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) guidelines, the Buffalo TeraStation Home Server is designed to seamlessly distribute multimedia files, such as those for music or video, to other DLNA-conforming products, such as digital media adapters. Like the original TeraStation we loved so much, the TeraStation Home Server is compatible with both Windows and Macs, is capable of several RAID modes, and can be a print server, as well. With four USB 2.0 ports and a 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet port, it's fast and can be easily expanded. And owners of the first-generation TeraStation need not despair--a firmware download will be available from Buffalo's site. Three capacities are available: 1.6TB ($1,799), 1TB ($999), and 0.6TB ($799).