Ok, what I want to do is build a cheap, reliable Mac server. I have 10.5 (reseller privilege) but I just can't bring myself to spend $4000 on a new Mac Pro for hardware (without drives and RAM). It's just crazy. I know, I could buy a single processor unit for about $3250 AU but it's still too much $$$ for a computer that is really just a big hard drive. Here's my idea. I have a Mac Mini. I have a P4. I'm going to try and turn the P4 into a NAS using NASLite and use the mini to as the server. NASLite is meant to serve "SMB/CIFS, NFS, AFP, FTP, HTTP and RSYNC" so it "should" work. Has anyone done this? With the high price of pre-built NAS and the increasing data use on Macs these days we are screaming out for cheap NAS. Thanks in advance. PS. I tried using SBS 2003 on the PC, but there were constant issues with the shares not loading and other nasty issues, such as file name length so I gave up.