I'm looking to replace a SNAP! Server in our journalism lab at school. We had a SNAP! Model 2000 that had 2 mirrored 40GB drives, and one of the drives failed. It is out of warranty, and Quantum cannont replace only the drive (and warned that if we try it ourselves it could cause problemsis this true or do they just want me to buy a new unit?). Anyway, they quoted the cheapest replacement server is their 320gb model which is $1299way too expensive. So, I've been looking for other options. So far, the best thing I can find is this LaCie Ethernet Disk: http://www.pcnation.com/web/details.asp?affid=305&item=839993 It's much cheaper and seems like it would do what we need. It has a 160 GB drive, which is more than what we need, but it appears to not have the ability to set up a RAID mirror since there is only a single drive and no room for a second. I'm not sure if this is a big deal or not. If purchased, this ethernet disk would be for a high school's journalism lab, connected to about 18 iMacs through a new LinkSys Switch. Can anyone let me know if this particular drive would work well as a replacement server/NAS for us? or if there is a better/cheaper solution? Thanks!