Hello, I've presently got the following setup at home: - Macbook (80 GB HDD) - PC for gaming and Windows only apps (500 GB HDD) - first-gen Mac Mini (no gigabit ethernet, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB HDD) What I'm trying to do is to come up with a setup where I have one central server with loads of storage where I can put all my important documents and files etc. on. I need that server to be really quiet and it should have gigabit ethernet. In addition to being a file server, it might also function as BitTorrent box (I'm into Linux and need BT for downloading distro isos) and Usenet box (for downloading some of the interesting, legal stuff available on there). I'm not really sure if a Mac is what I'm looking for. If it is, then a newer MacMini might fit the bill. My main problem with that however is that I need loads of storage and I need the machine to be extensible in terms of storage, easily extensible. I'm not going to have much time for sysadmin work (hey, I have a life), so a solution that just works or requires very little setup and maintenance (OS X + installing apps + configuration is acceptable) would be best. What can you recommend?