Hi, I've got a setup where my wife and I share 2 macs. We're constantly logged into the iMac, as separate users, checking mail or web surfing, and we leave it on 24x7. We both prefer to use the iMac because of the gorgeous screen. If the iMac is in use by one of us then the other will boot up the Power Mac, log in and use that. Both are running OS X 10.9. I have all the data on the iMac, and I used to NFS share the home directories and data to the Power Mac, but that seems to lead to problems with spotlight on the Power Mac constantly reindexing everything. I've set up Mac OS X server on the iMac now, and we are both logged in all the time. Our home directories are on the boot disk, so even if we do log out the home directories are not unmounted. But OS X server seems overkill for what I want, which is essentially for either user to use either computer at will, with only 1 left on all the time. Also OS X server doesn't seem that stable or that great, and uses a lot of memory. I'd like to avoid it if I can. Does anyone have any recommendations as to what the best setup in this case might be?