Hello all! I am looking for a little bit of help here. Not even sure if this is possible however if anyone were to help me I'm sure I'd find the support here! My old college roommate just purchased a 'new' Mac Pro and I have talked him into giving me his old PowerMac G5 Tower. I would like to turn the tower into a hard drive array and expand my current external hard drive space by replacing them entirely! (Currently have 4TB spread across 3 externals. A - 2TB and 2 - Single TB Seagates) I'm not exactly sure the complete specs on the tower. I believe it is an '04 or '05. (I don't have it yet...) However I am certain it has FireWire 800, FW400, Gigabit Ethernet etc etc. Would my only option be to boot the G5 into Target FireWire Disk mode or is anyone more familiar with a more sustainable option to create a 'Server' style hard drive array accessible to my iMac and possibly other media center style devices or other computers. I would rather not connect any peripherals (monitor, keyboard, or mouse) at all after set up. I am not interested in using the CPU or GPU other than transferring files from my iMac. I am more than willing to put in a little time and money I appreciate any information! Thanks!