Hi All, I currently use Mac OS X 10.5 Client, but I am looking to set up a personal home Web developer system and trying to choose between sticking with Client or moving to Leopard Server. First of all, exactly how hard is it to setup a basic MAMP (Mac OS X, Apache, MySQL, PHP) & Apache Tomcat server on Leopard Client?? I just realized Leopard Server has everything I need for Web development pre-assembled, including Apache Tomcat 6.0.18, MySQL Server 5, etc, all of which come pre-configured. But more importantly, they get updated regularly with Apple Security Updates. Even for the stuff already included in Client, Leopard Server provides nice GUI interfaces (eg. Postfix SMTP server). Yes, I know each of these services can be individually installed and configured manually on my current Leopard Client, but it would be nice to get them all together (ala LAMP/WAMP). Any possible problems of Leopard Server as a general day-to-day OS? Another mid-way option is to install Server Tools on my current OS X Client. Would this provide the services I need, such as Tomcat and MySQL?? Thanks for any input!