Context: I have a Mac mini Server (Mid 2010) running the client OS version of Snow Leopard. I bought it as an interim machine to replace my iMac (20", Early 2006) but also hold me off until I buy a 15" MacBook Pro later this year when they are next refreshed (or a 17" if they drastically reduce the functionality of the 15" model, forcing me to go one up). Given that my next machine would come with either Mountain Lion or Lion pre-installed, I've thought it silly to upgrade to Lion, so I haven't yet. I bought the server model Mac mini because I wanted 1TB of storage and, during the Mid 2010 generation of Mac minis, that wasn't possible, so I wiped my drives, RAID 0ed them (so I'd have one volume [don't worry, I use Time Machine religiously and have AppleCare to offset the increased liklihood of hard drive failure]). Question: With the recent release of firmware updates to all non-Mac-Pro Mid 2010 Macs enabling the use of Lion Internet Recovery (provided the machine is running Lion which is required to install said firmware updates) I'm wondering what happens on the server model Mid 2010 Mac mini. The Mid 2011 Mac mini Server with Lion Server has a special Lion Internet Recovery Mode that will actually reinstall Lion Server as opposed to just the client version of Lion like on all of the other Lion-Internet-Recovery-enabled-Macs. Does anyone with a 2010 Mac mini Server (who has actually made the jump to Lion [and thusly installed this firmware update]) know if the Lion Internet Recovery on this machine will restore the full Lion Server or just the standard Lion client? Any info is seriously appreciated.