I am new to this site and Google TV in general. I have purchased the 55GA6400 which should be arriving next week (very excited lol) so in preparation I am looking to set up a Home Media Server so that I can digitize my library of Blu-Ray, DVD, Music and most importantly Blu-Ray 3D content (since is the main reason why I purchased this tv) I have a Seagate 4tb Backup Plus External USB 3.0 hard drive which I am storing all of my DVD rips on currently but I am reading that the TV has an issue with anything over 1tb (according to LG support) in each USB slot. I have seen some reports that 2TB set ups have worked but I am not sure how reliable those reports are. I am looking to have a few questions answered. 1.) Has anyone been able to use a drive larger then 1-2TB in the USB slot on the TV itself? 2.) Would doing 2 2TB partitions or 4 1TB partitions work? 3.) If those are not options then is there a streaming set up that will work with Blu-Ray 3D rips like Plex or something similar with a nice interface? I am a Mac guy so I have a Macbook Pro running Plex now and hooked up to the 4TB drive but if I need to stream it I may get an older model Mac Mini to run the server and connect it to an Airport Express to go with my Airport extreme. Its not a major server requirement by any means something small for an apartment that will pretty much only stream to my TV and maybe my iPad sometimes. I am just trying to cut the cord as much as I can and go from Physical Media to an all Digital Ecosystem. Thanks in advance for any tips and advice.