Hey guys, I'm buying a couple used Mac Minis for an office I do IT for. Our eyes are set on three 2012 quad-core i7 models with 256GB SSDs and 8GB of RAM. They're in perfect physical condition but the seller states they came out of a climate controlled corporate server environment and while all three pass the Apple Extended Hardware Test, two of the three show a high number of "power off retract counts" in the SMART testing, which I have read to assume does not affect SSDs, but is indicative of many, many hours of server use. On one hand, these have been in an ideal temperature environment, maintained and kept dust free and under watch for their whole life, but on the other hand they probably have many, many hours of powered-on use logged, and the SSD likely has lots of use. Is it safe to assume these models will be fine in day-to-day office use (billing, calendar, word/excel/etc. Light stuff.) for the next year or two? Has there been any record of SSD or other component failures in Mac Minis used extensively as servers? Thanks!