Greetings, I apologize if I am treading long-trodden territory here, but I figured that I would seek some input before I gather up components for my first PC build. I am trying to limit myself to $600-$650 due to budgetary constraints. Here is what I have so far: CPU- Athlon64 3000+ Venice Core (socket 939) Motherboard- Foxconn NF4UK8AA-8EKRS Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 HD- Seagate Barracuda 80GB/8MB SATA CD/DVD- LiteOn dual-layer DVDRW RAM- Crucial 512MB PC3200 x 2 Video- ABIT RX600PRO-128 PCIE Radeon X600PRO 128MB DDR The above is about $525 total on Newegg and I believe it includes all I need (I already have the monitor, a 120GB Seagate ATA for storage, and a copy of XP), minus the case/PSU. What is something good and reasonably (<=$85) priced with a good 24-pin PSU and front USB? Are there any changes to the above components that you would recommend? I am a bit iffy on the motherboard (though it's gotten generally positive reviews everywhere I've checked) and on the vid card. I'm not a heavy gamer and don't care whether or not I can get 90fps at 1280x1040 in Doom 3, but I want something that performs acceptably and has a stable set of drivers. Any help/advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated... This whole process feels greatly intimidating to me and I am nervous about choosing crappy components and running into trouble. Thanks!