I built a stupid large build a number of years ago and I regreget it every time I move. Especial moving from China to the UK. I'm planning a build for when I leave the UK and I had planned to go with an mITX build based on something like the FD node 403, TT core v1 or SS G13. Looking at the 370 mITX boards I'm pretty dissapointed. I'm not looking for too much I don't think, wifi, 2xM.2, full audio ports (optical out) and 6+ USB ports in the back. With this I think the platform would be viable for 6+ years. I really think that 1xM.2 is going to be limiting going forward with optane. I would like to get a fast NMVe drive and pick up an optane drive in a year or so when prices come down. It seems that an mATX in necissary to avoid a lot of compromises but the platform doesn't have many options. I'm hopeing the z390 will be released so but I don't expect much to change in terms of feature sets. Was mITX always so restricted in terms of ports (other than PCIe slots)?