Replacing an ancient PIII. Goals: small, quiet (fanless! - well, one case fan), w/ space for hard drive expansion. Use: Linux - no GUI, primarily SSH command line access Samba File Server for my Windows Network FTP Server Remotely accessible repository (perhaps subversion through https/ssl) Case: LIAN LI PC-Q08B Black My dream case that I've been ogling for a couple years. $120 Motherboard/CPU Foxconn D250S Intel Atom D2500 Intel NM10 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo - Fanless, PCI slot, a couple SATA slots, and Gigabit Ethernet. $77 Memory 1x Team 2GB 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1066 $10 PSU 80 W Pico PSU Fanless! I expect 80W to be sufficient. Not certain. $28 PSU Brick 100W Brick $24 SATA Card - PCI FastTrak TX2300 (taking this from my existing box) 1 or 2 hard drives (could potentially expand to 4 if I need the space) Not sure if I'll bother with a dedicated CD/DVD Drive. Maybe just borrow one from another computer for the install, unless I can install of a USB drive (?) Total $259. Any thoughts on the build? 80W should be sufficient? Any issues I'm missing?