Hi all, I need some advice on a mid-range computer build. I had a look at the monthly buyer's guide, but didn’t find anything seemed to fit my needs. These are as follows… A budget max. of, say £900 to £1000; cheaper if possible. (Maximum performance for the pound). The main uses would be, Video/Photo editing, Home theatre/Media playback, 2D art and design, Web browsing, Word processing, Spread sheets, Visual basic. (Not gaming) Parts required within budget are a complete system really; CPU, Motherboard, Memory, Graphics card, PSU, Cooling, Case, Optical drive, Storage, keyboard, mouse, Monitor, speakers (if not in monitor), Webcam, cables etc. not sure if I missed anything. I don’t have any parts available as previous computer was a HP pavilion zd8000, zd8181ea laptop. I have not chosen a monitor yet, but would like a full HD, PVA monitor (1920x1080/1200) 20”/23”. (e.g. Samsung F2380 23”) For storage requirements I thought 1 TB. I’m not interested in overclocking. Motherboard requirements; not sure, say expansion slots, min 8Gb memory, 4 to 8 USB, firewire, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, TV/Video I/O, SD slot, etc. Extra info; I would like low noise and moderate power consumption. My initial thoughts were for an ‘Intel Pentium Dual Core E6700, 3.2 GHz. It’s a bit cheaper than the i3 Dual Core but appears to have very similar features and performance. Any help and advice would be appreciated.