Hey guys. So I split with my wife about four months ago and I just got in my first quarterly bill. Now bear in mind I get up between 7-10am (depending on how well the sleeping pills work) and then switch on my PC and go off and set up the coffee machine etc, etc. I then come back, sit down and spend most of the day here back and forth between cleaning, hoovering.. You get the picture. Any way I leave the PC on all day and usually shut it down around 10pm and go off to bed. My leccy bill was about £80 a month. Gas was a fiver a month, but I only use that for hot water ATM. My current rig (all of the juicy power chomping stuff any way) is as follows. Broadwell E Xeon 14 core 28T. Usually sits at around 0.9v. Titan XP undervolted but still overclocked to around 2ghz. MSI X99 SLi Plus mainboard Two 3.5" HDD (one Raptor one 2tb) and two 2.5" laptop spinners Three 2.5" SSDs M.2 SSD Asus Xonar D2X. Corsair AX1200 Oh and obviously water cooling (an AIO and a loop for my GPU). Now Eon are crafty and signed me up for the "I use lots of leccy at night" thing. I'm not overly worried about my bills but I would like to bring them down. So I had a few questions.. Would I actually see a difference using something like either an Android PC thingermebub or one of those Baytrail compute sticks? And would either of those be good for multi tasking (like listening to music all day) and uploading photos etc? For some reason whenever I have a project on the go I do not game. At all. So I am beginning to wonder if using something like this would actually save me a decent chunk of change. I can get a compute stick for less than £100. I do use Photoshop a lot, as well as a couple of other desktop apps, but I can always use an old version of Photoshop if CPU power is a problem in later versions. Also, since my wife left I have noticed the bill has only gone down by about £15 a month, and she spent her life on her Ipad. And that was about it for her, just literally her Ipad. Edit in. Hmm, maybe I should invest in a power thing that shows me just how much my PC actually uses at my daily use. Can some one recommend one that is very easy to use and idiot proof please?