I use it for development, you know, Programming 'n stuff... I also use it for ZFS, since I keep backups of my friends' and family members' data. I also use it for other things, like when I use Linux, but want more of a UN*X-y feel. It also speaks to how good of an OS it is when I would use it on a Laptop, EVEN without WiFi [I DO have a built-in Ethernet port in this HP Lappy]. But, SOMEday, I'll get that working. ) I typically use UFS on workstation installations, and ZFS on the Server side (when I replace Ubuntu with FreeBSD once I get Spectrum to kindly help me wire the Ethernet up to my bedroom). I saw on Wikipedia that ZFS and UFS can handle an INCREDIBLE ammount of GBs. I know that, SPECIFICALLY, it's actually UFS2 that the *BSDs use, but still. Also, I had a lot of black coffee earlier this morning... :3 Cheers, fellow Daemons!