I'm at work, yes, on a Saturday. I'm going to remove my Linux server and replace it with a Windows 2000 box. I've been using the Linux box and Samba for the last 8 months, and while it's been rock-solid, it can't handle much of a load. File transfers at 100 Megabit consume 70% of the CPU power. No one at my local linux users groupcould explain it, they just gave me answers like "Well, that's Samba..." so I'm dumping it. Windows 2000, incidentally, on the same speed hardware uses less than 10% of the CPU for the 100 Megabit transfers I'm doing right now. This round goes to Microsoft... Besides doing some "legacy" file sharing, this box is also going to be my "Backup" Domain Controller for the Windows 2000 domain I've gotten set up. While if the main server goes down, the users won't have access to their Roaming Profiles and any software they need to install, they'll at least be able to still login and work locally until I get the PDC back on it's feet. I know you can create complete backups using the more advanced server products from Microsoft, but I don't anticipate us having an instance where we're without the main server for more than 24 hours, no matter what happens, and I could always restore the data from tape to the second server if something drastic does happen.