Hello, This is the hardware that I am currently using for my current home server: G1840 MSI B85M-E45 12GB RAM (2x4GB and 2x2GB) 1 x 64GB Crucial M4 SSD 2 x 2TB Samsung F4 Harddrives 1 x 6TB WD Red Harddrive TBS6905) Quad DVB-T2 TV Tuner Superflower Golden Green 350w PSU Tower with 1 x 140mm exhaust fan and 1 x 120mm intake fan (both fans thermo-regulated). Until recently, I was running Windows 10 on it but have made the leap to Linux and am now running it headless with Openmediavault. In addition to just serving my client's with media, I also run TVHeadend on it for recording all my TV. There are two main problems with my server that I just cannot sort out: 1. I cannot get WOL to work. 2. I cannot find a satisfactory way to get the server to sleep when idling and then wake up for scheduled recordings (this was really easy to set up with Windows but really complex with Linux). The server itself is pretty quiet but could be better. In light of the above, I can see why Linux servers tend to be left on 24/7 but then I looked into how much more electricity that would use. I ran all the hardware through one of the online checkers and it seems to suggest and idle wattage of 56W whilst idle and a maximum of 128W. Taking into account inefficiencies of my gold-rated PSU, hard drives spinning down and the fact that the CPU will not be doing anything like encoding etc, I reckon that it would draw 75W on average, every hour. 75W over a year equates to about £80.00 in electricity. This seems awfully wasteful and I would be grateful for any advice to both make the system quieter and much more efficient. I was thinking about a newer generation motherboard with an integrated (fanless) CPU and perhaps a pico PSU. What do you think? Should I even consider an ARM motherboard?