I'm in the market for new hardware and would like to know what you all would recommend. I'd like to spend about $4000 and have a few requirements: 1 PC workstation. Will use a/v editing and photo editing software 1 lentry level' 14" laptop - mostly for mobile computing - does not need to be a workhorse. I'd like a long warranty on the notebook as it will be exposed to travel and possible damage that is typically expensive to repair. 1 19" - 20" LCD Is there a particular brand that you 'like' and feel is built well? What about networking? I have an old 'B' router - should I get 'G'? What about 'N'? I hear conflicting information about wether or not standards have been set for N. I'm also looking into a NAS server - possibly 500GB (separate purchase from $4000 above) I mostly want it so I can access personal data on both laptop and workstation. I'd also like to stream multimedia with it and access it as an ftp server. It would be nice if it had a print server as I'd like to network a USB photo printer. (My LaserJet 4Plus has it's own print server) I've been saving for years and my current PC is 'GULP' 8 1/2 years old! I need a big upgrade! Please let me know what some of your thoughts are. Look forward to hearing from you! edited to add: If you were to buy from one company, would you go with Dell, HP, Sony, Gateway or would you opt for a private company? Keep in mind I'd like a solid warranty for the notebook. Thanks again for your feedback!