Seriously, what is the worst that can happen? My company is upgrading our old iMacs. Our IT guy told us to collect all our fonts so he can install them in our new iMacs, that way we don't have to re-download and install them. I don't think anyone was expecting a 3gb folder with 9,000 items (no duplicates). It's an impressive folder, I cried. It was a beautiful monster. I'm debating on weather we should continue down this road and install everything, or just giving everyone the standard Adobe Fonts and let them sort through what they need. What's the worst that could happen with 9,000 items? Keep in mind that it's not 9,000 random fonts. The majority are broken down into organised Families. My concern is mostly on system performance. Optionally, can I install ALL of them, but have them deactivated upon install? I'm also open to font management suggestions. I really hate the default Font Book.