I have a question slightly related to this. I am looking to get a PS3 once the price is a bit more acceptable and want to set up my home network so that the PS2 and PS3 (and PSP over PS3's-Wifi - yes, I've sold my soul to sony) are connected to a NAS to access my media. The questions I have are:
1. Do I need to have special file structures set up? At the moment I have seperate partitions for different types of media on my PS2s HDD and a loose folder structure. Does this change with the PS3 and are there any limits to how Argon/SMS can view files?
2. Also what kind of NAS device would you advise getting? I currently have a 250GB IDE HDD which is getting pretty full as I transfer all my CDs over to it. Is getting a NAS drive that can hold multiple drives advisable or getting an NSLU2 and finding a standard enclosure for my old drive, and just buying large USB HDDs from now a better idea?
Many thanks in advance,
PAL PS2 v4; Messiah; 250GB Samsung HDD; Logitech Cordless Action Controller