Okay so, I just woke up and I don't feel like reading 5 pages about the servers to look for this type of information. Lets consolidate here. This is what I would like to accomplish: 1) Those of you that seem to know (e.g alex_ant *hint*hint* REPLY!), how does this server compare from a pure hardware performance standpoint to similarly priced server solutions from other companies??? 2) Those of you that seem to know again, how does this server solution compare in terms of software. One button functionality for extremely advanced command line programs. Graphical Management unlike that seen in the *NIX world. A plethora of standards support. etc. 3) What can we estimate the TOTAL package cost of Apple's solution?? Businesses know that when it comes to this stuff, the cost of a computers has basically nothing to do with the cost of the hardware. I wish we could get that thru the avg Joe's head. OS X should take away a HUGE amount of the need for command line. 4) The repercussions of this. If Apple is extremely successful with this, OS X will become a standard to be reckoned with. Many techs and admins (mostly MCSE dumbsh*ts) will finally lose their ill-deserved jobs, and a new computer renaissance may indeed begin. Let me know what you think.