If you're running a PowerPC Mac as a server please post pics of your setup, inside and out! I'd don't have any to share at the moment or I'd start. Since you're in a PowerPC forum at least some of you must be like me and have a tendency to upgrade computers as a "proof of concept" rather than something that's necessarily the most easy or economical route! I'm working on some upgrades to an Intel iMac but I think my only "Power PC Server" right now would be a 1.42 GHz G4 eMac that I totally pulled apart a few years ago, thoroughly cleaned, and cut up just a bit to fit a PATA->SATA adapter and a 1 TB 5400 RPM drive. I wanted to see if I could get a SATA drive in it. Had to use a very small PATA->SATA adapter but it works and even at 5400 RPM boots pretty quickly. Its been awhile since I've done anything with eMacs so I could be wrong but I think I picked a model that could still boot OS 9. Just because. No pics because its in storage at the moment. Some of the things I'd like to see, in order of age (and possibly ridiculousness): 1. PowerMac 6100 with Nubus SCSI card hooked to a giant, loud, hot, energy-sucking drive array. 2. PowerMac 8600/9600 with that odd mount on the bottom of that case filled with four drives. I think it could take four. I prefer the 8500/8600 cases but not much rooms for drives in them. 3. PowerMac G4 stuffed with four or more drives. No fair using a MDD, that's too easy! 4. G4 Mac Mini hooked to external drives 5. PowerMac G5 with G5 Jive or other method of sticking extra drives inside the case 6. Xserves and RAIDS! So nice looking but so loud! (So I'm told) Bonus points* for fiber channel (for some reason I'm holding onto an old ATTO copper FC PCI card that is supposedly OS 9 compatible) and hardware RAID controllers.