Nothing overly exciting but thought I would share this. I wanted a BBC Micro to use as our till PC at work for a bit of retro fun. Obviously it's no good running BASIC so thought I'd upgrade it to a 2.2Ghz i3, 4GB RAM and a 500GB SSD running Windows 10! All finished now and here are some piccies. This is unfinished, but gives an idea of how I did it, cut out the insides and fit the motherboard from a laptop. I used a circuit to convert the keyboard into a USB keyboard (made by http://www.tynemouthsoftware.co.uk/ ) which then looped onto a USB header inside. Messy but does the job. The ports at the back are extension cables from the mainboard ports. This shows the rear ports, Video out port is now the DC in for the power, the far right is USB, Ethernet and HDMI. The others are from the original board and left in place to preserve the look. Finished and back together, power button is under the film to the left of the tab key, cassette light is the power LED. All keys working correctly. Installed and running Windows 10!