Dear kind souls, I ordered a new mac mini with OS X server over the weekend and am expecting it to be delivered today. Need your expert advice/precautionary areas I should be aware of. This is the configuration of my new mac mini: 2.3GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7 256GB Solid State Drive 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x4GB I am already running a time capsule (3TB) at home and have a NAS drive (3TB) which I also purchased recently. I use a macbook air as well as a windows 8 lenovo ultrabook for work. My husband (who is not an apple fan) uses windows primarily (he has a PC as well as another lenovo) and my daughter uses her netbook for web-based homework. I have two wireless laser printers (one monotone and one color) connected to my existing network. I am subscribed to a fibre broadband network at home. I also have two ipads and one iphone. As you can see, my home network is in a bit of a mess. I hope to 'sort' this network out using the mac mini as the centre of everything. I have added things along the way and things are all over the place. Doesn't help that the things are spread over two storeys. I would therefore like to ask for opinions on the best way I should go about making my new mac mini the centre of this 'network universe' at home. I would eventually like to store all my work files as well as some personal items like movies/music onto the NAS storage/time capsules for occasional off-site access. At some point within the next two years, we will probably be moving to a smaller place whereby I will then be able to re-organise everything physically but right now, I'm pretty much stuck with the 'physical' locations of things. Thank you for reading and thank you for your advice in advance!