Hey all: Not sure if I should post this here in the photography sub-section or in the Mac OS section, but here goes... We've been a mixed OS household for a while, but will very soon be all Mac/iOS again (save for my wife's Galaxy S7). Because of this, I'm beginning to rethink my admittedly clunky photo management setup. Please note: I am NOT a photographer, but I take lots of photos. I AM a techno-geek, though. Current setup: - Everything lives on an HP Proliant server, mirrored and backed up. I download everything either DIRECTLY to the server OR on my Windows laptop and copy to the network share. - When I want to browse pics or find something to share, I either just browse that share or use Remote Desktop to utilize the server itself. Other than the server, the last Windows machine is leaving. I'm thinking about how I can more easily access these photos on our MacBooks. I do NOT want to use the Cloud - sorry, I'm old school, I want everything on MY hard drives. Any suggestions on how I can let these files live on a server and access them EASILY on the MacBooks? I'd LIKE to be able to make a Photos library and have it live on the server and access the same library on both laptops. I'm OK with getting rid of the HP and replacing it with an older Mac Pro (it'd be a 1,1 in my price range) or getting rid of Windows Server and going to a Linux distro. I also use this server for Plex, so I need something kind of powerful to do that. Any suggestions on the best way to do this? I'd like to spend no or very little money (if I got an older Mac Pro, I'd sell the HP to fund it). Thanks in advance!