Okay, a few days ago, I thought of a sweet car audio setup idea. Is it possible to install a unit, possibly in your trunk, that could play MP3's from it's built-in hard drive through your car speakers? Also, is it possible to copy new MP3's over a wireless network to the hard drive? The wireless network will ONLY be used when parked at the house, so I can easily copy my MP3's from my PC to the Xbox, NOT FOR STREAMING. I know this idea is possible because you could do with a modded Xbox (with Xbox Media Center installed) and one of those new Xbox LCDs. The audio output would be run to a female miniplug where you could plug in one of those tape adapters that are usually used for CD players. Then you would connect a wireless network to the Xbox's ethernet port. The network and Xbox could both be powered by the car's battery with a DC-AC converter. Finally, you would buy a wireless controller that could control what was playing. The Xbox and wireless network could be in the truck, running wires up to the stereo. The controller could be placed in a convenient storage in the front along with the LCD mounted on the dash. Anybody know a better way to it? My way has a few problems, especially an Xbox's power requirements and my low quality method of connecting it to my stereo. I would rather have an all-in-one solution that I could actually place on my dash that had an LCD, hard drive, and wireless network built in. I've seen units with LCDs and wireless networks but never with hard drives. I hope this wasn't too confusing. Thanks for your help.