Hello, I've been commisioned by my brother to build 5 identical workstations, with baseline capacity of realtime 3d rendering, and powerfull enough to handle your typical busydays workload. After discussing the minimum specs and whatnot, then refining several times my shopping cart to fit both bill and stock availability, i came with the following parts : Graphics: PNY Quadro K2000 (VCQK2000-PB) CPU: Intel Core i5 4590 Pc Case: Fractal Design Core 3000 - USB 3.0 Edition Power supply: FSP Fortron Raider S - 550W Storage: Kingston SSDNow V300 - 120 Go Motherboard: Asus H97-PRO Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport VLP DDR3 2 x 4 Go PC12800 CAS9 Wireless connectivity: Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I Wifi N, Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.0 LE Those computers will handle everyday's workload at their office, and will also be relocated at customer's site (such has museums, cultural happenings, mall, etc....) when needed. I choosed to buy some decent looking low profile memory sticks, eventhough i'm not worried by those aftermarket's heatsinks ram clearance, since i'll be using the Intel stock cooler. Storage capacity wasn't all that important, some basic 200Mb/s read/write speed + the SSD's typical high IOPS are just fine to boot WIndows Seven Pro x64. Should the need arise, some additionnal drives can be added later. Again, a jake of all trade CPU, more on the good side though. Nvidia's Quadro serie was mandatory from the beginning, and given the hefty price for one of those entry level Profesionnal GPUs ( we're talking about 440euros !), i went for the K2000. I was looking for some midrange Silver 80+ PSU, and found this one to be quite affordable (too bad it's not modular though) I didn't have to dig too much to find the H97-Pro, basically this LGA1150 board has every modern features, (large USB2/3 pool, multiple onboard analog and digital outputs, some decent 7.1 audio chipset, 6 sata6G ports, 1 PCI-E 3.0 16x, an onboard M.2 slot) The wireless aspect should not be ashamed, with a 802.11ac dual band WIFI + bluetooth 4.0 PCI-E card and its magnetised external antenna. I look forward in providing extended wireless capacity to those computers, not only for typical wifi use, but also in a adhoc configuration to link them together on some special occasions. Last but not least, i was looking for a case with maximum air flow, and found fractal-design Core3000 to be exactely what i wanted : the whole front panel is made of a metallic mesh and has a 140mm /1000RPM /15Db / 0,3A intake fan attached to it, same goes for outake fan on the roof top, and a 3rd 120mm /1200RPM outake fan attached on the back. My deadline is around August 17th, my brother will be back in my town from Paris to take delivery of the computers, and if everything goes according to plans (ie no defective parts) we should go back to Paris together, in order to give him and his associate a grand tour of their newly built rigs. i should post again pretty soon when more photos are available. Thanks for watching this thread !