OK, so I've been working on another build, along-side my TJ07. I had an HP MediaSmart server that I enjoyed, but I wanted to expand it and was looking for something that used more stadardized parts, not proprietary. Of course, that meant I had to build my own. So after a little planning, I bought these parts: Lian Li PC-Q08 black mini ITX case AMD Sempron 140 AM3 CPU Zotac 880G-ITX WiFi mini ITX motherboard Patriot 2GB DDR3 1333 Two Seagate 1TB SATA drives The Lian Li case I got used, but it's in great condition. It was one of the only mini ITX cases out there that can fit a full power supply, a regular sized DVD drive and six 3.5" hard drives. Four of the six hard drives slide out in this removeable cage: The former owner sleeved the cables in some nice black sleeving, but I edded up having to redo the heatshrink tubing at the connector ends. The tubing was keeping the connectors from being able to sit next to each other on the motherboard. Motherboard? Oh, yes: the Zotac... Motherboard accessories... The board mounted to the side panel/tray... In that board I need some memory and a CPU... CPU and ram installed... Back in the case... Right now I have an Antec power supply in the case, but I am waiting on a Silverstone Strider modular PSU with a short cable set. This should make cable management easier. Since I want to devote all four SATA channels to the hard drives, I picked up one of these Rosewill 2-port PCIe 1X controller cards to run the DVD drive and another drive if I choose in the future.