Quickly: My MoBo appears to be leaking power through the rear ports. If I plug in anything that might ground it out, raw power surges through my power suppy and destroys it (I'm on my third psu now, and I only still have that because I've learned (the hard way) to kill the power the moment I recognize that... now familiar... burning smell). Simply plugging my coax antenna cable to my TV card was enough to cause this. I've also just noticed that any USB device with LED's on it stay lit even after I shutdown. And the LED on my Ethernet port is lit even when shutdown as long as there is a cable plugged into it. This all suggest power "leakage". The computer works and runs fine... even booting into Windows... as long as I don't plug anything into it that leads to Ground (no devices with their own external power source, or my antenna wire. The above observations are still there, but at least I can use it. I've removed my MoBo and my PC is now disassembled on my workbench. The same LED issues persist even with the board removed (it is clean, no burns, crossed wires or obvious shorts) and sitting on a wooden platform. This seems like there should be a relatively simple fix here. "Something" is grounding out my psu that shouldn't be. I *can* touch the MoBo's metal ports even when running, so the psu is obviously taking the brunt of any raw power as a result of this issue. I'm stumped. Help!