Hi everyone. I'm a relative technology novice, and have never build my own pc, but I've been doing a little research and have come up with the following potential set-up. I hope to use it for good quality gaming (but certainly nothing extremely high-power), and to be an otherwise very capable and fairly powerful desktop. So I'm potentialy looking at: Processor: i5 2500k Motherboard: Asus P8P67 PRO B3 Graphics: GTX 560 PSU: Antec TP-650 Cooling: Arctic Freezer 13 A 64GB SSD at around £80 A 500GB HDD at around £30 A BluRay/DVD drive at £50 (or less!) RAM: 6GB DDR3 (3x2GB) And now for questions/things you can really help with! -Two important components I've missed out: the case, and a monitor. Any recommendations for a decent case? I'm really not fussed about looks, just want something that does the job for (IMPORTANTLY!) as little money as possible. Certainly under £30 please. As for the screen, I'm looking for something larger than 20", and importantly with a resolution of 1920x1200. I know it's ambitious, but to find that for under £200 would be ideal (ex-demo models etc welcome). Can you guys give me any pointers? -Are all those parts compatible? I'm almost 100% sure they are, but just want to run it by the forum -Are any components overkill? Anywhere I could cut back and go cheaper for comparable quality? Looking especially at the PSU, and the SSD suppose, though it would be a shame to lose it. -On a similar note, any good BluRay and DVD drives to report for less than £50? - Any other comments, advice, and constructive criticism would be sincerely appreciated. -To get this under £1000 is very acheivable, but under £900 would be super! Cost-cutting tips? Thanks very much in advance for your feedback!