Hey all, I was browsing eBay and stumbled upon a couple PowerPC Mac Mini's for under a hundred bucks. I have a time capsule, but I've been wanting something a little more powerful in addition to that, to take the data hosted on that (and an external drive) and make it available to things like my set-top streaming box, etc. I would also like to do iTunes streaming, I realize iTunes isn't an option, but is there a third party option that supports things like home sharing? Was just something I was thinking about. $100 is a good price for a home server. Storage is no issue since that'll all be external via gigabit ethernet or FireWire 400, and since nearly all clients will be connected via Wi-Fi, the speed isn't much of a concern, you won't be that much faster (if at all) over Wireless N anyway, even if it was a thunderbolt drive! Another 50 or 100 bucks will get you into a Core Duo Mac Mini though, so that may be a better route. But I have an aging Windows machine (old laptop, REALLY old laptop) as my home server now, and I'd like to upgrade it, AND would like to upgrade it on the OSX platform.