Hi, everyone - I am about to pull the trigger and buy everything for my next build. I plan to build a comp into a drawer of my nightstand. I will probably make a post about it, with pics of my progress. I don't game, so I don't have great power requirements, and can be satisfied with onboard video, saving space and heat. We browse the internet, do a lot with family photos, I write for work, run some stats and spreadsheets, and run vpn into work computer. One goal is to have a current, normal desktop-style computer, versus building one around an atom cpu or something like that. Because it wil be in a wooden drawer in a piece of furniture, I need to stay small, and cool, and low-power. Is one 4GB stick of RAM less power, and/or heat, than 2 x 2GB sticks? It seems that if I have electricity running through just one stick instead of 2, I won't have yet another component radiating heat. I am thinking about a 4GB stick of high-performance Crucial, and basically running it somewhat below capacity: like getting DDR3 1600 and running it at 1066.