Ok, so some of the linux guys keep telling me Linux is enterprise ready. So, here is the deal. I'll post a fictional company, and you linux guys tell me what you would do to migrate them to a All Linux Nirvana*. Keep the following in mind: 1. Any solution must have AT LEAST the same core feature set as the system it replaces. Keep this especially in mind with printing (must provide features of printers). Assume HP LaserJet 4500's (color) and 3100's except for the Xerox WorkCentres. Laserjets have multiple trays with different paper. 2. Don't worry about hardware specs, just software (Except for Faxing and Printing!) 3. Keep costs in mind. 4. If you have questions about features of the software used, look it up on the web or ask me. 5. Remote users may be behind firewalls they can't control. Any remote access must pass via port 80 or port 443. These specs are all based on work I have done with customers in the past. The company is a mid-large construction firm. They have 4 regional offices, and users in trailers or on site with other contractors. *Linux Nirvana is patent pending, SCO systems inc. All (your) rights revoked.