Okay, here goes... Was asked to do a worklog of this so.. I decided that I was tired of the normal Dvd/tft sollution for the car, so I decided to take it a step further! Why not put a complete pc in the car? Ofcourse it's been done before, but that doesn't make it any less cool in my mind! I actually started to find stuff on ebay about a year ago, as I've already stated in my "Angel Inside" log, I have too many projects running simultaniously, so things happen to each project when I feel like it... This project however, came to a halt since I could not find a special cable which connects the PSU to the pc... It was actually non-existant... But through a lot of hard work, I've found it! I'm getting a mail about it next week, and get it home from the states... And then I just need to order the last cables in Germany, and then I'm up and running! The project: Xenarc case 2 Ghz P4 Cpu 512 Mb low-profile memory (19mm high...) And I might order another 512 mb when I buy the cable, since the shipment itself for the cable is about $40.... 80 Gig harddrive DVD rw drive from a laptop Bluetooth dongle (Which takes over my cellphone, when I start the car! ) Wireless internet (My new internet provider actually includes hotspots around Copenhagen! ) SIFR III gps receiver 7" fully motorized touch widescreen Also I might fit the OBD2 cable I have from the car to my computer, so you can monitor the engine and such! A lot of software to make life easier on a touchscreen! The stereo itself consists of: A Kenwood amp, 2 x 95 watts, bridged to handle my new Earthquake Shallow 12" Subwoofer A noname amp to power 2 pcs of 6x9" Kenwood rear speakers, and a complete set of 4 speakers in front... Pyle 7 channel equalizer for taking care of the sound! But pics... Sry about the quality, it was taken with cellphone... The first pieces arrived form the States: WIthout the case: Assembled: Can you belive this is a complete pc? The Touchscreen: Notice the battery on the floor... This weighs.. I dunno, but it's crazy heavy! I don't know what it's called in english, but it's actually a battery you can have inside the car... The direct translation from Danish would be a "Dry Battery"? More pics will follow asap!