I have an aging Dell R200 PowerEdge server happily running CentOS 6.8 and serving both email and some wordpress/web site testing. It's been chugging along so faithfully, I hate to replace it, but it's getting pretty old (I bought it refurbished 3 or 4 years ago!) So I came across a deal to get a Lenovo ThinkServer RS140 for chicken scratch (Under $400 with a Xeon processor) so i took the bait. It arrived today, but am too busy to start setting it up. I did pop the lid just for a quick look-see. The "I'm impressed" part: I bought this server "basic" ... no disks or OS but it did come with a Xeon E3-1225 v3 3.2GHz processor and 4 GB ram (soon to be 16 GB). I wasn't expecting much in terms of accessories, but lo and behold, the thing came with rails ... RAILS for rack installation!!! Those things are ~$85 and never included in the base price. Wow! It's very nicely built. Everything is cleanly laid out and logical. Drive bays, memory slots, wiring clips, etc. are all easily accessible. I've seen some servers that look like a tornado tore through a Radio Shack. Everything fits, too. Not too tight, but the clips hold firm and no rattling or jiggling. I'm hopeful. The "dismayed" part. After the initial euphoria, I started to get a lay of the land as it were, planning mentally for when I have the time to set it up. Um ... where do you mount the HD's? And where are the power connectors for said disks? I checked the documentation and it said it was able to accommodate either 2 x 3.5" disks or 4 x 2.5" (mechanical or SSD). Hmmm. So it seems that basic kits come with one HD SATA wiring harness and NO disk brackets ... because it can go either 3.5" 0r 2.5" and they're not mind readers after all. I find it astonishing that Lenovo doesn't sell the brackets or wiring directly. If you don't order your server preconfigured with drives (at their cost) then you have to order them from IBM's parts department. And no, you can't buy them on Amazon or other parts discounters. Lenovo is helpful enough in pointing you in the right direction, but c'mon. That's like buying a car without tires and the dealer sending you to Firestone. Oh well, have to put this off a little while longer.