Base Configuration: http://www.shopping....ouchSmart%20PCs I been looking at separate parts to build a computer, and then comparing them to HP custom pre-builds. My main focus of what I want is: Intel i7 2600 8GB Ram Some Asus motherboard with some USB 3.0 and HDMI ports. 1TB 7200 RPM HD No graphics card. 500 Watt Power supply BluRay Burner Case that comes with extra 3.0 ports + card reader. Generally, prebuilding a PC only saves me 8-10% on the HP equivalent, and then I get some perks with HP, like a new keyboard, and less trash, and I can pay it off in a monthly bill. But since I already crossed the $1000-$1250 range, I though why not look at the all-in-one PC's and came across the touch smart, thats some-what comparable to the description above, but also has a multi-input touch screen, and theres far less cords. My initial concern was the lack of expansion I could do, that I'd pretty much be stuck with the unit for the next 5-10 years, but I've had this HP PC since the 1st week Vista came out, and I only just-now bothered to upgrade the ram. Obviously I'm no PC gamer, and I don't do much upgrading. And in truth, 8GB of RAM seems to be enough. While I still want the option to upgrade later, my past behavior suggests that I really will never need it, and its mostly unnecessary. Anyone mind giving me more cons to turn me off such an ugly, but some-what appealing option?