Hi all, long time listener, first time caller. I'm finally upgrading my box from an old P4 to a dual core E6300. The last piece of the jigsaw is the motherboard. I don't have a whole lotta cash to flash around, so at the moment my choices are between a GA-965P-S3 or an Intel DP965LT - or the third option, which is to ask my local retailer whether he can maybe get another board in my price-range into stock (it's a small-ish operation but they are generally quite reliable and helpful). I've seen a previous post that said that the GA-965P-DS3P was a good board and to avoid the plain 'ol S3 version but no reason was given. To the naked eye there doesn't seem to be much between them - the DS3P has 2 PCIe 16 slots vs 1 (but I'm not going to SLI), better RAID capability, a slightly different version of Realtek audio ... but the BIOS for the DS3P is refered to as a QuadBios vs a Virtual Dual Bios for the S3. Can anyone comment on whether the difference is significant? Has anyone had problems with the DS3P? The Intel is in there as a wildcard - I can't find anyone complaining about their reliability, so it seemed like a useful (and cheap) alternative, even though it's lacking in the RAID department. The rest of the package: E6300 1 Gb ram DD2 533Mhz Inno3D 7900GS 160Gb Seagate SATA2 200Gb ATA (from my old box) DVD write, FDD, yadda yadda ... Any advice greatly accepted, thanks.