Computer Suggestion Okay, again this is pricing on this side of the Atlantic. I'm not sure what the premiums are over yonder, or what shipping would be, so I left a little lee-way: Case: NZXT GAMMA (great reviews for great price) - $29.99, or £20.20 Case cooling: 4 IPCQueen 120mm Fans - $14.76, or £9.94 CPU: i5 750 2.66 GHz Quad-core - $199.99, or £135.69 Motherboard: Intel BOXDH55HC LGA 1156 - $94.99, or £64.12 Memory: Corsair XMS3 4GB 2x2GB 1600MHz - $89.99, or £60.74 GPU: XFX Radeon HD5770 - $159.99, or £108 PSU: OCZ Fatal1ty 550W - $69.99, or £47.14 HDD: WD Caviar 250GB - $44.99, or £30.30 DVD Burner: Asus DVD+/-RW - $22.99, or £15.48 Total: $727.68, or £491. This does not include a few rebates, but again I'm not sure if they're international or not. If you want a Blu-Ray burner, swap the DVD Burner for this: LG Black 10X Blu-ray Burner - $139.99, or £94.99 which brings the total to $847.69, or £572.22 I would suggest not going for the Blu-ray burner just yet, since prices are going to continue to fall. If you don't that leaves you with £139 to get a monitor with. Add an Acer V24eHAJbd 24" LCD for $209.99, or £142, and you'll come to a total of $937.67, or £632.96. There are smaller, cheaper options for monitors, but you know that. This leaves ~£70 for shipping, or added premiums for local companies to stick under your £700 budget, and you end up with a great computer. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.