Hey guys, before anyone goes all "use the search function" on me, let it be known that I just spent the last 2 hours and 43 minutes googling and mroogling as much related information as possible. My dad is EXTREMELY technologically-declined, but he is the owner of his business which is a small home-town business, but he brings in very large numbers. He's an extremely busy man, and these damned PC's are slowing him down greatly. Let me tell you a bit about his business, because it's not of the usual norm, and you tell me what you think or throw out any ideas you might have. here is his site, which I'm pushing to have re-done too a bit more professionally: www.hgviolet.com As you can see, he sells farm equipment/heavy duty trucks/tractors/trailors/lawn equipment and he also services everything that he sells(and things that he doesn't sell). He has always kept an absolutely AMZAZING customer rating. He has buyers come to our town from Texas/California/Washington all the time, it's normal to us for someone to drive that far to buy, say, a dump truck. He always keeps a large inventory of equipment, MANY MANY grain carts, tractors, lawn mowers, and especially parts(their parts room is sooo pathetic right now because lack of computer help). Like I said, he's very technologically-declined and I'm not saying PC is the worst thing in the world, but there's too much jargon in PC that he doesn't need. The biggest thing is PC's get way too slow way too fast. He's a man that needs to go go go all the time and he can't wait 15minutes for his email and internet browser to open up. Even though he's the owner he's always out and about on the move, and I think I could really see it beneficial for him to try, say, an iPad for instance to show customers his inventory on an easy handheld device with a screen larger than 3.5" ipod touch. I've ordered an iPad for myself so we can always test that one before going anywhere. If you read all of that... He has 2 salesmen that handle all of the big sales: himself, and another He has 1 parts manager that handles people coming in and ordering parts, he handles shipping/receiving, and he handles the parts room. He has 1 project manager that handles larger delivery/receiving of bigger equipment, and he also handles repair work slips. He also has a secratary who is pretty much the brains of the operation when it comes to needing information and such so don't shortchange her on anything worth while or nice. They also print a lot too, such as directions and I know they have some type of server at their business, I'm just not sure what it is and what it's for. Let me know, if you dared to read through.