Hola. I've been converted to the mac faithful and I have one thing left in my home that I would like to move to the mac platform when I'm read to upgrade, and I'm having a hard time finding everything I need. Right now I have a Dual P3 1.0GHz system in my garage with 4x120GB Drives that are RAID5 with an Adaptec 2400A controller running linux. They are backed up to a DLT SCSI tape drive. These hold all my photos, and my music. I back them up about once a month or so. I've been trying to figure out how to get the drives, and the tape drive into a firewire enclosure or something along those lines. I've found hard drive enclosures. But unfortunately it seems that if you want more than two drives in an enclosure you must want hot swapping, RAID embedded, and a big price tag. I can't seem to find a way to hook a DLT SCSI drive to a Firewire/USB equipped Mac. Does anyone know of a Firewire enclosure with a SCSI interface that would hold a 5.25" Full height device? My ideal is to find a PowerMac G4 Dual of some mid level speed (500 - 800 MHz) semi-inexpensively and then either install the drives internally/externally. But backing them up is my 100% concern. The music I can always re-rip but I went full digital with a Canon D60 back in 2002 and I've got pictures from my family on there to the tune of 60 - 70 GB of space. Both my kids births, the last pictures of my daughter with her great grandfather, things like that. So I'd really like to make sure I can back them up. Of course I'd want to run Mac OS X server more for my edumacation purposes but I'd also like to do something like a roaming home directory and have a login for my daughter so that she can't destroy the desktop like she did the other day when she wanted to 'click the mouse' Any ideas?