Yes, perhaps I am insane, but for £30 plus £15 postage from eBay I couldn't resist this given that they are relatively rare (especially with the original box and accessories) and it is in near new condition whereas most of them are scratched etc from being in an out of racks - interestingly they now appear to be by far the cheapest entry point into the world of Intel Mac ownership despite being the most expensive when new. I now have 8 Macs so definitely won't/shouldn't be getting any more for a while! It's not even PowerPC (yep, it's my first/only Intel Mac!) but I thought you guys might find it interesting - it's an "early 2008" Xserve 2,1 with a pair of quad-core "Harpertown" Xeon E5462 chips running at 2.8 GHz, 8 GB FB-DIMM RAM (the original 4x1 GB that it came with from the factory plus 2x2 GB that must have been added later), one 750W power supply with a spare bay for a second one, the pretty pathetic Radeon X1300 64 MB card that they all came with (this is a "mezzanine" card so doesn't take up one of the two PCI Express slots), some kind of SCSI card in one of the PCIe slots, and no hard disks. So far it has to proven to be pretty flexible in terms of compatible OS X versions despite being officially compatible with only 10.5 Leopard through to 10.7 Lion (it's unique in being the only Intel Mac with EFI64 that lost support after Lion, as it came with the same graphics card as the 2006 Xserve 1,1 which they couldn't be bothered to write the 64-bit drivers for - I have found that it does run later OSes with relatively little effort given the EFI64, but without graphics acceleration/with glitches as you'd expect). Tiger - works but without graphics acceleration which is odd as it's the same card as the supported 2006 Xserve 1,1 - perhaps the grey discs for the 2006 model came with something that the retail 10.4.7 plus the combo updater don't include: Mavericks - 10.7-10.9 have the best About This Mac, that picture of the Xserve and fully-populated Xserve RAID is awesome El Capitan - Sierra should work too I think as it is said to work on the 2008 Mac Pro which is essentially the same, though I haven't tried the beta yet: Non-Apple OSes seem more tricky - ESXi looks to be possible though it needs a separate hard disk to dedicate to it, but a Windows 10 DVD just booted to a black screen so it seems it doesn't like Apple's EFI (Xserves don't have the "Boot Camp" BIOS emulation layer).