However, given the size of your installation, I would say that you should not worry about rushing into it. Until...
you have a solid business reason for upgrading you probably shouldn't. For example, if you want to run applications that only run on Windows 2000 or .NET -- that is a viable business reason. If you are expanding your operation and need all of the Windows 2000 tools to be able to manage the operation, that is a viable business reason.
Of course, if you do not have a complex NT domain that needs to be migrated and simply have files servers in a single small domain, the migration is much less complicated. Watch out for hardware incompatibilities. Some of the older systems can have some issues running Windows 2000.
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