Hi all, I am helping a friend/client to purchase all new Mac equipment for a home office, and would like some thoughts on what to get/which way to go? Basically, he would like to have a main computer for his work, and then two or three laptops for the kids/family to use at the same time. The laptops I believe are for space reasons, as he doesn't want them to leave the office. I was thinking of an iMac main computer, a Macbook Pro for his laptop, then one or two Macbook Airs. Some NAS storage and a wireless printer. But then I started wondering if there was a better way/configuration? Maybe 4 laptops, one dock and a cinema display? Or a server? He did mention the possibility of having one computer which can be accessed by 3 or 4 monitor/keyboard/mouse setups. I've seen this is possible now with Lion onwards OSX Server, but would this really be worthwhile/cost effective? I don't have much experience with mac terminals etc. Also, more storage is needed and I was thinking probably NAS so all computers can access it at the same time. I think he would prefer to have all the files on a large storage drive on the main computer, and then just backed up somewhere like a time capsule, but with lots of videos and photos, and looking at the drive sizes in new macs I don't really think this is an option. Also, the storage should be accessable via osx and windows as one laptop will be an existing windows 7 one. Any help or thoughts would be very much appreciated! Many thanks.