Hi, I've got an old PowerMac G5. Beautiful machine but not worth selling. My main machine these days is a late 2011 MBP. I'm self-employed in the creative industry and I'll soon move into an office to share with another 2 creatives. To give the G5 some use in its old days, I thought about using it some sort of server / network machine: buy a few PCI cards for eSATA and USB3 connectivity, some internal 2-4TB hard drives and then use it as a central storage unit and as a print spooler. Would that make sense? Would it be a good idea to put Mac OS Server onto that machine? Or is that "overkill". (The latest one for the PowerPC would be OS 10.5.8 Server which sometimes comes up cheaply on eBay). The most important task for the old G5 would be to use it as RAID storage (2 internal SATA bays) and to run backups. G5 stays in the office, MPB comes with me when I leave the office. Any thoughts?