I wonder if anyone has tried this and is either having a better time of it than I am or suffering the same issues. I have a 2010 Mac Mini that I use as a Media Center. It runs 24/7 and when I'm not using it for running Plex to watch movies, it may be downloading stuff in the background. I have a couple of large HD's connected via FW800 for media storage. It was working fine under Snow Leopard. I was drawn to Lion because of the ability for remote management login's via a different account. So I installed Lion and setup Plex to run in the default admin account (Named "Plex"). Then I setup another user admin account "Chris" for remote management purposes. The intent was to keep Plex running so that whenever the TV was turned on, the Plex UI would be available. And, if I wanted to login and do some management, I could do that via the "Chris" account without disturbing the Plex UI. It seemed like a great idea. However, it's been nothing but problems. It seems that the new remote login capability, does not play well with Plex running on a separate account in the background - a remote login on "Chris" will invariably lock up "Plex". And even the remote login feature is flaky sometimes - not connecting. I've had to restart the Mini since installing Lion more times than I care to count. Whereas under SL, it would run 24/7 for weeks at a time. I think I'm going to have to go back to running everything from one account, and/or even roll-back to SL. Anyone else tried this? What are your findings?