Your thoughts on what you would do: Current install; 1) Mac Pro 1,1 with 4 internal drives, and two 10 disk USB3.0 drive arrays (one is a 2x Raid, the other is JBOD) 2) Running Lion Server 3) It is my DHCP server, DNS, iTunes hub, and Indigo Light Controller for the house. 4) It is not the Homer Internet Gateway, or email. 5) it is the first DNS server listed in the DHCP requests. Looking to buy a Mac Mini (base configuration), upgrade RAM via Crucial. Questions: 1) Do I upgrade the HD from the one in it, to a spare SSD (500G)? Would it be of any value in this situation? 2) Would you upgrade the Mac Pro to Mountain Lion Server, then upgrade the Mini to 'server', and migrate data or rebuild the new Mini from scratch (ouch on the DHCP tables) 3) Would you buy the drive doubler, and use the SSD as one drive and the HD as the other? (iTunes collection is bigger than 500g) Any thoughts are appreciated. The Mac Pro 1,1 is having issues starting up after a reboot now, so after 6 years of service it will need to be retired soon.