We use a single Mac Mini Server at home for the kids to use for their homework but only one can use it at a time and I realize I can RDC into the server from another Mac and use it that way.. In looking at various VNC capable thin clients, I'm concerned about clients that are underpowered or lacking features.. My kids will want to stream audio/video from the Mac Mini server to whatever thin client they will have and I know I'll get complaints if that stuff can't work.. Are any of you aware of any thin clients that natively support the Apple Remote Desktop connection protocol (which I realize is a VNC variant) and are powerful enough to be able to view streaming videos as if they were actually using the native server? All of these would be hardwired -- no WIFI. I've looked at things using the Raspberry PI hardware (which I gather can't do the streaming well with a VNC connection) to dedicated VNC capable clients.. Suggestions? I also realize I could probably buy some older Mac's to do the same but would prefer something not as power hungry if possible (or as much $$) as a full-mac..