Hi guys. Before I get flamed I just want to clear up a few things: 1. Yes. I am aware that what I want to do is doable by much less expensive means. 2. Yes. I researched on Apple's site and went through everything about the mac mini/snow leopard server. Ok, now on to the question: I was eying a Mac Mini as a server to have my 8TB raid enclosure set up to. Its main function would be as a file server but after looking at the Mac Mini with Snow Leopard Server it got me wanting to learn to set up a Mac server. I've set up a bunch of Windows servers but never a mac server and I think it would be great to learn. What I would like to do with this thing is not only have a file server that is accessible from my network, but also remotely. I'd also like to be able to do Time machine backups from multiple machines remotely if possible. Also, the machines would be a mix of mac and windows machines (2 - 5 machines tops). Is this possible with Snow Leopard Server? Is there additional resources I should be looking at outside of Apples website? (Just so you know a lot of google searches I can't look at because our work proxy blocks most sites, and I live where I work so...I cant go home and look).