Here's a good tip I believe for those who happen to have a Pocket PC with a wireless access to the home network. I discovered that you can remotely manage your Home Multimedia Center files from your Pocket PC. Here's how:
1. First, make sure you can access your files from Samba server. Normally, you should be able to see the Part1 and Part2 drives already in the network windows on your PC. If you want to give it the full treatment, I would suggest you try the USB host and SD card mounts trick in the Tweak section.
2. With a file explorer on your Pocket PC (I use Total Commander - freeware ), input " \\Nas\ " as the path directory (exactly as typed with only the "N" capitalized) and you should see all your NAS network drives. You can then rename, move, delete your files at will from the Pocket PC.
If you want to stream those files on your Pocket PC, you can use TCPMP (another great freeware). You input the same path directory ( \\Nas\ ) in the open file dialog and you just open the files as you would normally do if they were on your machine. You can then watch your movies or listen to your muic all around the house ! I always wished to have more elbows on my PPC but with 450GB of storage space, that's way beyond my wildest dreams :-)