Interested in purchasing a new Mac Mini to use as a headless server in my hi-fi audio system. This Mac Mini will serve no other purpose other than storing my music files and playing them via Amarra. 1) Based on the current non-server options - 2.5 i5 / 2.3 i7 / 2.6 i7 - which would be best bang for the buck? It's easy to just say 2.6 i7, but if there really is no real world difference, I don't see the point. 2) Same as above, but in terms of memory - 4gb / 8gb / 16gb - which would be best bang for the buck? Once I order the Mac Mini, I'm going to install 2 Samsung 840 EVO SSDs (120gb main / 500gb media). I need the kit available for installing 2 hdd/ssd in the Mac Mini - which are available thru OWC and ifixit - but it seems OWC actually suggests opening up the Mac Mini first to see if the original drive is seated in the upper or lower position, thus requiring 1 of 2 different kits. But ifixit doesn't suggest such a thing. 3) Has anyone had any issues one way or the other? Lastly, I've read in a few posts that after making a USB install of Mac OS X Mav, and removing the original hdd, if you are adding 2 drives, you should install 1 of the new drives first, and install the OS, and then go back and install the second one. 4) Is this necessary or can I install both new drives at the same time and then after reassembly, install the OS to the smaller of the two drives?