Greetings. There is a steady stream of posts to this forum along the lines of:- 'What can I do with Mac OS server that I can't do with the basic/client OS?' 'How do I Set up Mac OS Server?' 'How can I use Mac OS as a home server?' 'Why would I want to use Mac OS X Server?' and increasingly so with the fall in price of Lion Server drawing a wider potential user base. It is the case that often people do not appreciate that they really don't need to use the server version of the OS to achieve what they want to, and/or it is pointed out that configuring the server version of the OS is a far more complicated undertaking than Apple's 'it just works' mantra might have them believe. I would count myself among those who have wanted to have access to a comprehensive step-by-step guide to setting up a Lion home server, and so was very pleased to discover this currently ongoing series at www.wegotserved.com that does just that. So far it has covered "the rationale for its [Lion's] potential role as a home server, features, hardware options, installation, the server app, storage and networking setup..., configuration of users, network accounts and user groups." There is much more to come, including management of iOS devices, serving updates to client etc. I hope others find as useful as I have.