Need some advice/direction on replacing our aging Mac server (Mac Pro 2009 w/Snow Leopard Server). The company has a Windows and Exchange server for the majority of users, but our graphics department is made up of about half a dozen users and the Mac Server is primarily their server. It has a XSERVE RAID box full of aging drives, so the new server will need lots of storage (8TB). The question is, what direction do we go? Given that Apple has all but dropped the server line, do we go with a New Mac Pro with Mavericks "Server" and add Thunderbolt storage, or switch to a Windows server for the Graphics Dept.? It's primarily a "file server only" for the Macs. Email, DNS, etc., is on the Windows server. I don't have any experience with the newer "server" software Apple is selling, but it seems (for the cost) very scaled down. Looking for advice on whether it would be a suitable replacement for 10.6.7 server we are running now. I probably left out a bunch of info, so just ask! Thanks for any ideas.