I have found myself in a situation that is just frustrating me at this point and i want to move on and just have a system that bloody works! Got a system built from Natex combo: Intel S2600CP board 2 x E5 2670 v2 128G ECC Reg DDR3 and other goodies. (RX 550 / SSD's / 4x 2TB Toshiba drives / LSI 9240-8i) The original plan was to do GPU pass though using ESXi and visualize my home main rig and then also have a nice lab to play around in since I.T is my job, but, ESXi 6.5.0 (upto d release) is so flaky for pass through it just annoyed me. I recently bought a RX 550 as I was informed that AMD fixed their power issues and the card would stop freezing ESXi on reboot , but that is not the case, still freezes and crashes ESXi upon restarting or even doing a shutdown of the OS, not something I want to have to deal with. Even passing through QLogic Dell branded dual port NIC's cause ESXi to hard freeze and reboot. Didn't want to user Hyper-V because RemoteFX was not what i was looking for, i wanted as close to bare metal performance as possible, as well MS has not yet implemented USB pass through and I didn't want to spend money on dongles and more gear. XenServer does not do USB pass through either... unRaid - had never used it and wanted to use ESXi or Hyper-V as that is what i use at work and wanted to use it as the base for my home lab, as well coughing up $60 for a hyper-visor wasn't in my plans and that also limits me to 6 storage devices and I have 9 right now. So with that, AMD wont let you install their full software suites under Windows Server and I have tried my darndess to get it to install, I can get the base drivers installed fine, but nothing else beyond that. Main question then is, what is the difference between running Hyper-V from Windows 10 Ent. vs running Windows Server 2016 with Hyper-V installed? Features that I would lose out on, if any?