I'm interested in building a media-based pc. I saw the AOpen i915GMm-HFS MB and the component out was quite flattering to me. However, I realize this motherboard is nearly 2 years old and I'm a bit worried about the technical capabilities of an outdated system. This MB uses the Socket 479 Pentium M. While I won't be using this system for playing games, it will primarily be used for playing multimedia content. I plan on using the integrated graphics because of the component video. Considering the capabilities of a Pentium M processor combined with this motherboard and the integrated graphics through the YPbPr, will this slightly outdated setup meet the demands of modern multimedia? If not, what hardware can you recommend that would enable me to connect through component video to my HDTV, and provide a feasible amount of power to drive modern multimedia, without going overkill.