Mirv the Martian
Xperiment, a maker of music and movie whole house systems for custom installers has some interesting, albeit expensive products. But expensive as they are, they really do do a lot and compared to some of their competitors, they're sort of midline in price. Xperiment just struck a deal with Music Giants to download music and movies into one of their high end servers. Their servers, Poseidon and Polaris, offer between 1.5 and 4.0 Terabytes of raided storage for prices that closely mirror what corporation pay to protect their data. Of course, I don't know if you need that much protection for, say, Godfather III, but it's nice to know it's there. A top end server, the Poseidon, is $25,000 and each room where you want control needs a "client" which features a DVD player/reader (from $2,400 to $3,000). Everything is connected with Ethernet and the whole system can even synch with your other system at your vacation home in the Hamptons while jet over there for the weekend.
Okay, so it's a bit out of your league right now. But it's nice to know that if you ever make it, Xperiment will be waiting for you.