I gave one for Christmas to my brother. I used a small business server with Adaptec 1210SA Sata Card to get RAID1 security. This card was a nightmare to install... too many drivers on Adaptec website and none working properly (as they use to do on a Win2K3 Server). This issue is related (I beleive) with the way Windows is now installing thru WinPE. Anyway, I finally managed to install on a EIDE hard drive (must be over 80GB) then installing the RAID Card in Windows Home Server and then using Ghost to clone the EIDE drive to the Raid Array. Pheew. I must say I am too a little dissapointed. First, It is still too complicated for most people to setup (not talking about installing from scratch) this thing. Then there is some interesting features but I was expecting some other stuff in there: PRO: - Stability of Windows 2003 Server - Console Interface Easy to understand - Remote possibilities thru Web Interface - Search Engine Built in - Possibility to add extra plugs-ins? CONS: - Ugly front page for the Website - Website is mostly useless. Must go thru login to see something (why no public stuff available right from main page?) - Website allow you to download you music and pictures files (no slideshow!!! OMFG, no music streaming) - Icon on client always in RED meaning you have something wrong on your network (updates, domain name, WTF) - Strange access problem for a domain integrated laptop you bring home. - Only allow to select a .homeserver.com domain (blocking some options if you don't activate the domain) So I sincerely hope Microsoft or other software makers will boost the features of this server. PRIORITY #1 is a picture slideshow **** it. I don't want to download my picture you moron, I want to show them to other people.