I work for a weekly college paper down in New Orleans. We're looking to invest in a font library & probably some kind of font management software. So far the only large collection I've found has been the Adobe Font Folio 11; everything else pales in comparison to 2,300+ fonts for ~$2500. Right now we run 5 production machines, all G5s running Tiger with CS2. We also have a central server used to store archives, business/advertising stuff & weekly content running 10.4 server. Our fonts are not managed at all, and we constantly have problems with two machines using a different version of our body text. None of these purchases would be made until after the academic year is over, simply because that's when we'll know if we can afford the investment & will have the time to properly configure the font libraries & management software. So I'm looking for recommendations for both font collections and management software. Primary needs in the collection are well-designed sans serif fonts (something beyond myriad) used for headlines, pullouts, etc and serif fonts appropriate for body text. The reason the Adobe collection is attractive is because buying the licenses for 4-5 options for each font, depending on the font, is already more expensive per machine than the collection.