So I have 3 27' imacs, a 21" imac, a mini, and two macbook pros (which don't NEED to connect but it wouldnt be terrible). I want to stay without legal usage rights for the fonts we purchase, which from what I understand, networking is within legal rights. I have no idea where to start. Currently each computer has it's own font library. There's likely a HUGE chunk of duplicates and ones that are unique to each computer. I am thinking about doing a diff/merge on all of the folders to come up with a master library that I could serve from either one of the computers or a harddrive. I am open to suggestions as to what to use to get this to happen. Honestly I've owned a graphic design firm for some time and our font management is atrocious so as it stands, there's no system. ANY direction is hugely appreciated. The programs we use the most are the adobe Creative Suite. Currently using Fontbook to manage fonts but would buy new software to make this happen. All computers run Lion. Thanks in advance.