Here's one that may amuse everyone. On the AppleStore UK... If you specify a standard Mac Mini 2.3Ghz i7 with 4GB RAM, plus a 256GB SSD, the price is £838.99 If you specify a Mac Mini Server 2.3Ghz i7 with 4GB RAM, plus a 256GB SSD, the price is £1009.00 On the Mac Mini Server, you only get the one 256GB SSD. You don't get the additional 1TB ATA drive. The only difference between the two is a copy of OSX Server. That's a £13.99 download from the App Store, by the way. I have confirmed the above in person at my local AppleStore and via an online chat with an Apple representative. That latter could not provide any explanation on the reasoning behind such pricing (neither did he know that there is a second/un-used drive bay on the standard Mac Mini).