Morning I have a 500Mhz G4 AGP which has been ticking along as a home server for a couple of years now. I upgraded the original IDE drive slightly to a modern 120GB version, put in 2GB RAM and added a Sonnet PCI SATA card in order to run 2 x 1TB SATA drives for media and backup. It's been running fine for 2 years but now I need more storage space as we now need to back up 2 laptops and 2 desktops (plus, ideally a Windows PC, but that's another story). I think I have a number of options: - Drobo - eSATA enclosure - dump it all and get a NAS - upgrade what I have and I'm tempted to explore upgrading yet further. Anyone know if there's a reason why I couldn't just add another Sonnet PCI SATA card and stick on 2 more drives? One of the many things I love about the AGP is that it can actually take 5 hard drives (unlike my G5 PM which can only take 2), but I guess the two big questions are: - will it actually be able to handle 2 identical cards - will the power supply be able to handle 5 hard drives? It's not running a monitor - I do everything by screen sharing across the network, so there's no power draw there. Any views? I'd like to do this as cheaply as possible (hence not keen on Drobo) and I'd really like to not throw the machine out. Many thanks in advance.