The church/school I work for has been PC dependant ever since they first started using computers (10 years ago or so). However, we are CONSTANTLY having problems with them and half the people here dont use the computers for more than general word processing, e-mail, or web-surfing. I think the Macs simple design and easiness of use makes it ideal for those who are computer illiterate (which is a lot around here). Obviously an eMac or iMac would be needed for those who do more in-depth stuff. How hard would it be to convert the current office computers (about 10-15) over to Mac over the next 2-3 years? (Over a greater time frame the school would switch over as well) No one ever maintains the computers around here, so they gradually just run down into the ground. It's not my job to work with the computers, I just happen to be the default person around here since i know the most. From what I hear, Macs are very self sufficient. No need to "maintain" them, they just run. That is my thinking behind it. Plus, Macs are a little more user friendly and they have a lot of built in functionality that WinXP only dreams about having. We currently spend $700-800 per computer the way it is, for that we can get an eMac or a mac Mini.