After spending the better part of the last week tearing apart my network, moving machines, desks, cabinets and many wires the conversion is done. Only two systems remain, the host and the client. Sure, people can still hop onto the wireless network and my "client" really doesn't draw much energy as a laptop that I try to charge at school or when held over at the transit terminal. The point is that just about anyone looking to free themselves from the desk is easily able to do so. Ampache is up and running as my main music library manager and player, using a flash tool I have foregone the need to even have the mp3 codec/plugin on any given system.
One downside has emerged. It is really creepy and quiet inside now, and the LED lighting is not helping. The LED lighting is good, don't get me wrong it just takes a little getting used to - it hardly looks the same as it used to, doesn't sound the same as it used to and the smell is different. It smells like the cold in November just before it snows. No problem.
*Addition: Torrentflux has been swapped to TorrentFlux-B4RT which allows users to view video and steam it to either VLC or Windows Media. Good news.