The computer was purchased from the classifieds on this forum though I have added quite a bit to it and changed out some parts. As I didn't build the computer myself I don't have any pics of the initial build. Have taken a couple of pics just now though to show the computer how it is at present. Current specs: Silverstone LC13 Asus P5E-VM HDMI Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.40GHz 4 GB DDR2 RAM Radeon HD4890 Lite-On Blu Ray ROM OCZ GameXStream 850W PSU 3 x Samsung Spinpoint F1 1TB Maxtor 1TB HDD Software: Vista Home Premium 64bit Windows Media Centre (with My Movies 2 Plugin) TotalMedia Theatre 3 Platinum Power DVD7 Any DVD HD I have replaced the stock CPU cooler with a Scythe Mini Ninja, the PSU with a near silent, higher voltage one, and all the case fans have been replaced with same size AcoustiFans (1 x 92mm and 2 x 60mm). I know 60mm is far from ideal as exhaust fans due due to size constraints it is the best I can do. There is a metal frame which holds the cages in place and it extends right to the back of the case. Unfortunately this support goes right over where the CPU fits so the Mini Ninja wouldn't fit (didn't bother to measure before hand) so I had to cut a part of it away. The main part of the frame still seems secure despite the suport being removed. More recently I upgraded the PSU as the old one was noisy and insufficiant to power the Radeon HD4890 and all the drives. I went with a OCZ GameXStream 850W which I now kinda regret. Space is very tight on that side of the case and I wish I had gone modular. It was after fitting the new PSU that disater struck. I managed to break off the tiny little L shaped piece of plastic that holds the SATA data cable in place on the main HDD. I considerred cloning the HDD but I didn't want any unforseen issues with Vista or any of my other paid for software. I have managed to stick the L shaped connecter back onto the HDD using Areldite. It isn't perfectly secure but I can't see the cable becoming unplugging itself unless maybe if the PC is moved. In the future I will do a clean install of Windows on a different hard drive, probably when Windows 7 is released.