Dunno if SB is worth waiting for or not on the new MB's. But I have a friend who is chomping at the bit to buy my current setup sans my HD 5870 and 1.5TB WD Black hdd. That would leave me with some spending money to get a new setup. This time NOT going full tower. I am considering the HAF 922 or 912 because overall I've had such a good experience with the 932. I do appreciate the wider side panels allowing more room for cables. I do realize I'd need to add fans to the 912 to make it worthwhile on the cooling front. But at 40 bucks cheaper than the 922...that seems worth it. But I did just do a build with an HEC Blitz with a TX750 PSU, and was very impressed with how well it handles tons of cables and how easy it was to do a good cable management job. And for it's price, man is that a tough case to beat..well it's on sale for $39.99 atm. Beyond that, I'm thinking I'll do a nice n' simple 1156 quad core build, 2x2 1333/1600, s1283 cooler (maybe h50 or h70...maybe...). I'm kinda wanting to keep this in the $600 area at least atm. Right now here's where I'm at Newegg-wise: Once You Know, You Newegg I'm thinking the P55 FTW ( 132-LF-E657-RX ) from EVGA's B-Stock would do a good job as well @ $109: http://www.evga.com/products/prodlist.asp?switch=20 Total with HEC Blitz: $550.93 before shipping Total with HAF 912: $596.93 (includes Cooler Master 200mm fan for top exhaust duty, though not listed on my Newegg list atm) I'm open to suggestions and willing to go with used parts. My HD5870 and WD Black 1.5Tb are good enough in their departments for my needs, and if the sale goes through I'll need a Case, DVD burner, PSU, fans, cpu, cpu cooler, mb, and ram. It kind of all depends on if the guy pulls through with the sale or not. But I'd like something new to play with, and while I love my Core2/DDR2 setup, if someone wants it bad enough, I'm not gonna deprive them..if the price is right.