I have a couple of old S370/slot1 motherboards and wI was looking at them longingly. The traces uderneath the laquer form a really cool lookiong design with all of the spidering and shapes they make, sort of an organic-mechanical thing. Im not sure where I want to put them, perhaps frame them and hang them over my desk. What I wanted to do was remove all of the components, ZIF socket, PCI slots, capacitors, ports, etc. Basically anything witha a solder point that extends past the board's back surface, (A few SMD's wont really bother me, just the really tall stuff) And I was trying to figure out how to remove it all without damaging the laquer and traces. I came up with a few ideas: One by one (NO!, too tme consuming) Bake it in the oven, (damage the oven, laquer) Iron it with a cloth over it (no steam) This seems the best choice as the heat will go right to the solder points and stick to the cloth without damaging the laquer much. Heatgun? Any suggestions?