Okay, I have finally decided that my next upgrade was going to be a new CPU cooler. Here are my current specs: Motherboard: ASUS P5GD1 (Intel 915P) CPU: Intel Pentium 4 540J (3.2 GHz) Memory: G.Skill F1-3200PHU2-2GBNS (DDR-400; 2GB) Video Card: ATI Radeon X800 Pro (PCI-E) The CPU has a stock hsf and really needs a better one. I wanted to try something other than traditional air cooling and have narrowed my choices down to either the Coolermaster Aquagate Mini R120 (Water cooling) or the Asetek VapoChill Micro XTREME (Phase Change, sort of) First off, has anybody had experience with either of these coolers? I've looked around at some reviews for the Aquagate Mini, and it works great with P4's. But it' more expensive than the VapoChill, and I have to remove the motherboard to install it. On the other hand, the VapoChill is less expensive ($30 less) and I don't have to remove the motherboard (according to Asetek's website). Unfortunately, all the reviews I have found apply to AMD's, and I would like to know what kind of temperature drops I can look forward to on my system. I would appreciate any help y'all could offer.