Hey, all. I could use some advice. I just recently got certified as an MCP, MCTS, and I'm one test away from getting my MCSA. I started looking for IT Support jobs, and I've got a couple of interviews in the next few days. The first place is an IT outsourcing firm: small companies hire these guys to do basic IT support - installing new machines, setting up people in Active Directory, managing their servers, etc. It might be a good experience for me, as I'll learn a lot from very diverse client's IT setups. The second place is a really cool, creative firm where they basically want one tech guru to handle everything for them: server administration, website management, IT Support, web design, etc. And they have a 1/2 Mac, 1/2 PC environment. I managed to land the interview at the second place basically because I convinced the guy that no IT guru is going to come into any job and know EVERYthing, much less if they're looking for someone to handle their company's website development and IT support. So, my question is: what do I do? I'm really overwhelmed by both of these interviews, and I know that whatever job I take I'll have a LOT of quick learning to do, but for those in the know, am I taking on an impossible task jumping into a MAC/PC environment when I've got limited experience with Macs, and am I also way over my head at the other place as well, having limited experience working as a server admin? If anyone has experience like this, where they were good at a couple things, but took on a job where they had to do a lot of studying to learn how to do their jobs, I'd appreciate it. Also, if you know of any resources where I should be looking to learn said things - website admin, Mac/PC compatibility, it'd be much appreciated.