I have my Mac Mini (mid-2010) exactly the way I want it. Everything is perfect. But ever since I upgraded to an SSD (60GB), I don't have room for all my media on my machine. Currently my iTunes library is on a 1TB OWC Drive (plugged in via USB), and I really hate having to mess with the external storage to play music, or stream videos to my AppleTV. If I want to use anything on the drive I have to reach through my desk to power it on, mount it, use it (for whatever), eject it, then power it off once I'm done with it to save overall life of the drive. I know laziness is a bad feature, but I possess it. I also have the issue of not all the Macs in my house having the same library. I would like to have my iTunes library on a dedicated (iTunes Home Sharing) server machine in my home. I would also like to have a dedicated drive on the server for Time Machine backups as well. That way, everyone on my network can access the same library AND backup their machine from any computer or laptop in my home. I also wouldn't have to worry about this external crap all the time, and I would use the the OWC 1TB drive to back up my iTunes library weekly to ensure I wouldn't lose my library if something failed. I see G5 PowerMacs on craigslist for $200-250, and I would love to use one for this, but I have a few questions. So my questions about the G5 are: How many drive slots does it have (and what size are they)? What is the maximum size of hard drive the computer can read (running Leopard if that affects anything)? It has SATA revision II right? My other consideration is to buy a cheap machine with 3 hard drive slots to do the following: Drive setup: #1 Operating System (don't necessarily need a large amount of GB) #2 iTunes Library (1-2TB) #3 Time Machine backup volume (1-2TB) Is there a cheap PC I could use to do the tasks mentioned above? If so, please link me to it.