Hello. We currently have our core CRM application running on SQL 7, and NT4.0. We did a hardware upgrade about a year ago, because users (around 400) were complaining about deathly slow performance. Once the hardware upgrade was complete, the users were very happy with the performance improvements. The database server is now a dual 3GHz (Xeon) Proliant, with 3GB of RAM. Now, after 10 months, users are again experiencing deathly slow performance. Now that that is out of the way, I was just wondering if there were any real signs that we have outgrown SQL7/NT4.0, and need to go to 2K (possibly Enterprise). I would like to bring some real stats to the management team, and be able to concretely tell them that we have outgrown the current OS and SQL revision. Are there performance counters I can look at? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks, Darnell.