@Siege Fan, yes it was me and this a good reminder that I mean to also reply to @RabidYak, too. Thank you. I’ll build my own but it’s been a few years since I last did it. The main area I need advice with is for a motherboard so I get what I need and don’t pay for features won’t use; I find the variety motherboards dizzying. PC will likely be: 12th gen Intel CPU 3000 series nVidia GPU Small form factor case which, I think, limits me to micro-mini ATX size I only need 1 x PCI Express slot for GPU 1 or 2 M.2 SSD slots I don’t plan on overclocking Would prefer DDR5 RAM if that’s compatible with Intel 12th gen? There’s loads of other motherboard features I don’t think I need but I’m probably missing something that I do need? I’ve always gone with ASUS for GPU (partner) and motherboard; no idea if the reputable manufacturers from a few year ago are still the same today? I know someone stopped being a board partner for one of the GPU companies and Intel make GPUs, too. Hoping to get value for money by sticking with last gen with the newest Intel CPU being 13th gen and nVidea being on 4000 series. Oh, might make/buy a NAS; would be my first. Any thoughts? Cheers!