I know theres probably a million threads out there about this, but I still need some help setting up a wireless household fileserver using my old Sawtooth G4. The main goal is to stream music, store tons of photos, use the ethernet to get an old OS 9 iMac online/file share with it, ability to access external Firewire and USB drives plugged into it, and the ability to access the server from a firewire port. I'd honestly prefer to do this as cheaply as possible. It's a stock 500Mhz 1.25 GB RAM Currently has a 80 GB, 30 GB (system), and soon to have a 80 GB which I plan to shove into the empty ZIP drive slot PCI USB 2 card PCI Ultra SCSI card Couple of questions about setting it up. Is it possible to paratition a "large drive" to get around the 128GB limit? If I took out the DVD-RAM drive and put a HD in there would there be any performance differnces as compared to putting it into a normal HD spot? Is there a way to use the internal 50 pin SCSI port? How can I set it up so that PCs can access the server wirelessly? Should I get a PCI fan for this since it'll be running close to 24/7? Thanks everyone!