Most of this stuff is small giveaway items, you pay shipping. There is only one item for sale in the thread. Number one: A Zerotherm Zen CPU cooler(FF) [Gone] You can see here the camera I'm photographing the cooler with in the mirror polished base of the cooler. It comes with AM2/AM3, LGA775, and LGA1366 brackets, A tube of Zerotherm thermal paste that I never tried using, and the instructions and original packaging. This is a great cooler I am loathe to give up, but the LGA1366 bracket is not a bolt through kit, and I never felt secure with the 600g cooler mounted with little plastic pins. It was used on my X58 board for a while, and when I did remove it recently, it did feel secure, but I still feel uneasy about it. It's a good overclocker and very quiet. Really a great cooler in every way with the possible exception of the size. It is used, and I've wrapped the copper base in a plastic bag for shipping. Power is provided to the fan via four pin pwm fan header. Number 2: An Antec blue led card cooling slot fan (FF) [gone] This is a slot cooler that blows upward toward your card, draws air in from the back of the case. Connects with a four pin molex connetor. Number 3: An LGA 1366 stock HSF (FF) (gone) Some of the split plastic pins are bent, but I don't think they'll affect functionality at all. Number 4: Saitek 800dpi laptop mouse (FF) [gone] It's basic, it's functional, and it's ugly. Plug and play, USB. Number 5: An inexpensive Creative webcam (FF) [gone] Once my brother got back from Iraq it saw almost no use, barring my brief foray into using chatroulette. you'll have to download drivers from Creative's site. Comes with a little mic that pins to your shirt. Number 6: Gigabyte Ghost (GM-M8000) Gaming mouse FS: $30.00 USD shipped (gone) Comes with the manual and weights, and I'm going to include a disk with the right software, the software on the disk isn't usable. This is not the 6000dpi GM-M8000X, it's the older 4000dpi version. The mouse is very, very programmable. You can program macros or key assignments of any kind. It always worked beautifully for me. Why am I getting rid of it you ask? The shape of the thing causes me pain, for real. If I could find a mouse with a different shape with the same functionality, I'd buy it in an instant. My fingers have worn through the paint on the right and left mouse buttons slightly. It's a five button tilt wheel mouse, with two buttons on the left by your thumb that are readily programmable, though you can program any button with whatever your heart desires. Total buttons, right and left mouse, two by the thumb usually seen for forward/back keys, and the mouse wheel is a depressible key. It can maintain 3 pre-programmed profiles which can be switched from a button on the right. Also, retains four pre-progammed dpi setting which can be switched from a switch right below the wheel. Number 7: (added) 2x1gigs ddr2 667 (pc5300) SoDimms (FF) [gone] Perfectly functional, came out of the same dead laptop that the mouse was used on. I want to ship this stuff via USPS flat rate, All of these items will have to ship in a medium flat rate shipping box, except the laptop mouse and RAM, which I can send in a small flat rate box. Medium boxes are 10.70 USD, small are 4.95. All of it will be shipped with delivery confirmation which is .80 USD more, so it's 11.50 USD per. Shipping's on you.