I've been out of the computer hardware game for a long time. I built a few machines back in the early 2000's when computer gaming was king. I built a rig for college in 2005 and redid it in 2009 or so. I haven't looked at computer specs or hardware much since then. Moving to console games and having dedicated work computers pretty much leaves the home PC to media and internet. Well the desktop died. It might just be the power supply, but it was coming time anyway so I'll likely just buy a HD enclosure to pull my files off the hard drives in the old machine. I have pretty simple needs. Internet. Memory. Graphics for movies. USB 3. Dual HD monitor support. Windows so that I can remote in to my work PC. My preference is for a budget micro PC. But I fear they won't really have capabilities. I bought a netbook when they were the rage and it would hang up playing videos and it just felt sluggish. I'd pay more for a machine that will feel like it's got legs, even if it can't deal in heavy processes. I found this guy. ASUS BT1AG-I5347S013B (90PF0091-M00130) Desktop PC Intel Core i5 3470s (2.90GHz) 8GB DDR3 1TB HDD Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit - Newegg.com It looks pretty solid. Nice and compact. 8gb DDR3. Windows 7 64-bit. Lots of video and usb ports. 1 TB hard drive (it's not a super fast drive, but that's ok). My only real concern is the integrated graphics. It looks to be on the lower end of Intel's integrated graphics packages. I could likely get a normal tower that's got similar specs for a bit less. But everyone and their brother makes PCs now. I don't have the patience to build one. Any thoughts or guidance?