Hey-- Trying to decide if it's time to spring for Server, but the cost is prohibitive. Basically I've got a small network of family Macs at home: Desktop PowerMac, Mac Mini, 12" Powerbook for my fiance, and 15" Powerbook that I bring home from work. The PowerMac is the workhorse right now, but the plan is to put the Mini on the network as the webserver (I've got about 3 very-low-traffic sites hosted) and use it as the wireless basestation for everyone else. Mostly I'm just setting up a hobbyists server-- web, mail, maybe some other services. The weblogging support in server looks interesting, as well as the iChat server. Mailing lists, etc, etc. But I also know that I can pretty much install all of those from source. It's just a pain and takes endless tweaking. What get's me is that I don't really need a 10 client license (which I think refers to file shares on the server). I really just need the Internet based services-- am I wrong? So here's my questions for anyone who knows: --Is there anything that the Client has that Server does not? (any features, programs, etc that I'd be missing out on). --How much of a help are the administration tools in Server vs. doing it the Unix way? --Is there any educational discount on Server? (Fiance's a student-- adult student...) --Is there anything else about Server that I'm missing but would help justify the price? Thanks!