I'm going to be making a bit more money than expected this holiday so am planning on building an m-itx system to take back to uni, so I can finally have a decent fast computer and not a slow laptop (currently have a samsung r700). I will probably be building it in 2-3 months, and am not really in a rush so would be happy to wait if anything in particular was coming out as would like this build to last for as long as possible. My current ideas are as follows: silverstone sg07 (ideally sg08 if it's out in time) zotac z68 m-itx (seems like it will be along time until competitors such as gigabyte release one so not much choice) 2x4gb corsair arctic white lp ram (the low voltage version) gtx560ti 1gb (atm probably asus TOP) - would be interested in thoughts on 6950 etc. thermalright axp-140 + 140mm fan (again doesn't seem to be that many good 140mm fans, would be interested in any particularly good ones) 1-2tb hdd, is there much speed loss between a 7200rpm 1tb and a "green" 2tb? Doubt I'd ever use that much space but nice not to have to think about upgrading again 120gb ssd - is the vertex 3 worth the premium over the other ocz models, or would others such as the crucial m4 be better? Also does anyone know of future ssd releases? (any slim dvd writer, will probably go for a slot loading one) Using scan this costs £900-1000 depending on exact components, and would like to stick to £1000 as the upper limit. I will also be getting a screen (probably the 23" lg ips panel that is strongly recommended) to go with it, though again any other suggestions welcome. I'll be using the computer for gaming (1920x1080 most likely res) and am interested in getting more into cad/rendering, and will definitely go for m-itx so it doesn't take up too much space at uni, is easier to transport and also just like the idea of a small and powerful system. Overclocking will probably depend on noise/temps, would be nice to have the option though even if just for a modest overclock. Thanks for any help.