This isn't something I'll get into straight away but something I might do to pass the time in the future. So from not knowing much about the real intricacies of the technology. To getting a much better grasp of it and then building a working PC including setting up the operating system and other software setups. I can't imagine that the actual build part is that difficult. I'm thinking that getting parts that work together and then all the OS setup after you've built the thing is where the real trouble lies. Is it possible to make a high quality PC right on the first attempt....let me rephrase that: Is it feasible to get a high quality working PC on your first attempt. Is it better to start out modding your current PC or just go the whole hog and dive head first into building a new one. To be honest I would feel more comfortable ****ing up a new PC I was building from scratch than my current one. I'm a final year Automation student so I'm not completely retarded when it comes to these things.