Hi everyone, I'm looking into buiding a media PC to act as a one-box freeview PVR & DVD player with the flexibility and upgradability of a PC. I'll intitially be connecting to my 28"TV with a VGA-SCART(RGB) cable but want something capable of giving a good picture when I upgrade to LCD/Plasma. Don't think I'll be using it for gaming although I might try a BBC or spectrum emulator for a bit of retro. Should be OK on a low-res TV Would this spec be suitable ? Case : Antec Aria Cube case with 300W PSU Mobo : EQS M62K8-MLF microATX with onboard sound & ATI X300 graphics CPU : AMD Sempron 3000+ s754 HDD : Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 120Gb IDE or S-ATA ? DVD : NEC ND3540 RAM : 512mb Kingston PC3200 CL3 DVB Tuners : ???? Software : XP Home & Media Portal + the usual widgets. For this sort of application is S-ATA a worthwile improvement over IDE or Would IDE have sufficient bandwidth for the "worst case" scenario of simultaneously recording two TV channels whilst also watching a recording off the HDD ? The extra cost of S-ATA doesn't bother me but, if I understand correctly, to use a S-ATA drive as the only drive, I'd need to have a floppy drive connected when installing windows to load the S-ATA drivers. Seeing as the Aria case has no FDD bay and I wouldn't otherwise bother with a FDD this would be more than a bit of a pain. Any recommendations for Twin DVB tuners ? Is PCI or USB the way to go ? Are there any single card/box dual tuners on the market yet ?