I'm considering buying a Mac Mini Server in a few months to replace an 8 year old Dell running Windows XP. I'm using as a file server. This is a home/business LAN which has 7 client computers, 6 of the Macs. I've got a few questions about Snow Leopard Server. Can its iCal and Address Book servers be used to sync multiple computers like MobileMe? In other words, I want it to sync a MacBook when its on my LAN but still be able to access and modify when away, having it sync upon return. It it capable of being an iTunes server to have a single music collection I can share around the house? Can the networking services be enabled independently? I don't intend on using it as a gateway, but want it to provide DNS and possibly DHCP services. I read that it can provide update services (thus saving me multiple downloads for the same data). Does it do that without the Apple Remote Desktop software? We use Microsoft Money and will switch to Quicken for Windows. Does anyone see any problems with running Windows under Parallels/Fusion on the server, and connecting from other computers to run this software? I don't want to have Windows VM software on every box (too expensive, for one thing). I intend to back up the Mini to external drive(s) using chron and rsync. I'm assuming there won't be any problems with that. Note I've got no questions about the Mac Mini itself. It's much faster, has much more RAM and disk capacity, than the Dell it would be replacing. Should also save some money in the electric bill.