I'm looking to a 3.5 (or 5.25) internal flash card reader for my desktop. I've got this case... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16811815005 And this motherboard... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16813131616 According to the motherboard specs (don't want to open the machine now)... http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Soc...#specifications It's got two internal USB connectors/heads. I know one is currently in use for the two front USB ports on the case. So does this mean I'm limited to getting an internal card reader with only one USB slot? I know internal USB connectors make pairs, and that card readers would only need one of the connectors for the actual card reading part (so the other USB connection it's taking would just be presented to me plainly)... I've been told some card readers like that act as a hub as well in order to offer more USB ports, my concern is if they're powered as well (I don't really consider unpowered hubs useful), and if so, what type of connector do they need? I can grab my PSU's stats if needed later. Are eSATA to SATA cables feasible? I'm seeing them for a few bucks on monoprice and such, and might consider a card reader with an eSATA port if all I need is a cheap adapter cable like that to plug into an internal SATA port. I wanna' make sure all the connectors my motherboard comes with are externally usable as possible, you know? As for the actual card reader, I'm looking for one with SD, MicroSD (without the use of an adapter!), Memory Stick, and all those damn variants. SDXC over SDHC would be a minor plus, but I have a portable SDXC reader anyways and no XC cards/uses so it's not an issue. Does anybody have more info, and can they recommend certain products? I've already browsed around newegg of course, just not sure what I'm looking at sometimes.