Ok, I've been a big fan of Windows Home Server. I'm running a WHS 2011 box as we speak. However, Microsoft doesn't seem to like it any more. With Server 2012, the "lowest end" version they're selling is the $450 Windows Server Essentials - a far fry from the $55-$100 WHS software. So I'm looking at replacing all the WHS functionality now that Win 8 is coming out. Since MS is doing a $40 Win 8 Pro upgrade offer, I'll be taking them up on it. Win 8 has Storage Spaces, so the WHS V1 Drive Extender feature has finally been replaced. Win 7 & 8 have backup procedures that support bare-metal restores (though not consolidated) so that takes care of THAT vital feature. The last one is remote access. WHS had a built-in web server package that automatically configured your router so that you could have people go to yourservername.homeserver.com and log on to a website in your living room. I used this to give my kids and other relatives access to files (pictures, videos, etc) without having to email them. Now, I could easily get a domain at godaddy or any of the other hosting services - but there are storage limits (and I can sometimes put up multi-gigabyte videos of parades and such). Is there something out there that will work with *my* PC (I'll have one dedicated for this) and allow me to put up websites and storage areas (and act as an impromptu resume to demonstrate my web programming skills in case I want to find another job)? I haven't really researched this much since WHS did all that FOR me. So now I have to research everything again. Are there any such products out there? Thanks in advance.