I help run a Computer Lab at a Film School in NYC, and we need a way to remotely maintain our lab. Our lab consists of 50+ Macs (Mostly Intel Pro's and 24" Intel Imacs, with some PowerPc Imacs & Towers), and we've been using SuperDuper to maintain our systems (Updates, Install new software, restore defaults,etc.) and the process is constant: By the time we finish Restoring the last system, it's time to restart at the beginning. We've only got one Disk Image per Processor (one PPC, one Intel). Each image has ALL the applications we offer to the students (FCP Studio 2, CS3, etc) and anytime there's an update for these programs, or we add a program/workflow, we have to change the image. What I would like to know is if anybody knows of a way for us to have our lab update on it's own, on a regular schedule? In a perfect world, we'd only have to maintain 2 machines (1 PPC, 1 Intel), and then each of the computers would clone the 2 Maintained images onto themselves, preferably once a day at night/one a week on weekends. We'd like to be able to install a COMPLETE disk image (having to re-input the S/N's for our Volume Licenses are a dealbreaker). Any thoughts? Bonus points for Terminal/Scripting Trickery, Open Source, et al.