Alrighty. I was battling with myself on whether or not I should get a 360 to compliment my PS3. Even after arguing with myself, I couldn't win. I'd decided I'd build a PC that doesn't suck. Every PC I've owned has been entirely integrated. Graphics card, and then they kinda sucked. I could never enjoy games. I began thinking more. If I build a decent PC, I would maybe need to upgrade every 5 or so years if I want to stay ON THE EEEDDGGEEE. But that's not the case. I don't need top end. I'd really only want high-middle or, low-high. Maybe later down the road if I evolve into a hardcore PC gamer that lives in my parent's nonexistent basement, I'll get top end stuff and nerd out. I've done some basic research, and asked around. I'm looking to spend no more than 700 US dollars, with fifteen dollars of play, and I've browsed newegg. I've come up with this list, Ker-click.. Now, mind you, I'll be building a PC months from now, when I have the money. This is just a mock-up list with my spending limit. After mail-in rebates, It'll be about 685. Since I'm budgeting, I'm going for the AMD/ATI combo. I'm doing Quad-Core with AM3 for future-proofing. The case is large and ventilated, so I can Overclock it with good air flow, which will lessen my need of getting another processor. Also, I made sure that I had a good power supply. Plenty of juice for future upgrades, and made sure it was a good one because I heard that the power supplies are the first thing to go, if you use an included or generic one. I'm just wanting to know if I did anything wrong in this setup. That everything is compatible and such. PS: Don't need a monitor. I've got a 32" TV that I plan to hook up via HDMI.