Lane - I think I understand what you are getting at, and I can't see any reason the computers couldn't be networked. It would certainly be easier than Sneakernet.
I did figure the computers would have to have at least a similar library, my initial thought was using "home sharing" in iTunes, which I remember was a topic of discussion in the past. Was it ever the holy grail people expected it to be?
The other nice thing for the 'home sharing' option, if it truly does sync two libraries, is that you could add music on one computer, and have it transfer to the other.
Of course, you could do that over a shared library as well, I guess. Hmmmm, that is food for thought.
Would there be any hiccups with accessing the same library at the same time from two computers (one is playing back in DJ, the other scheduling)?
How do you run a schedule manually? I thought it only ran 20 minutes before it was to run live on the air. Is there a "force schedule" function I was un-aware of? Of course, I'm still RTFM, so if it's in there, I'll stumble on it. I'm still in a little over my head on the scheduler. Some of the terms are a little confusing and using picks, fills and the like are sometimes a little mind boggling.
Thanks for your help, Lane, and thanks for responding so fast. I'm still in the Blue-Sky Solutioneering stage of things, so I have time, and a lot of work to do.