This was SUPPOSED to be a HTPC for sale ad... It was SUPPOSED to be a formatted, tweaked out HTPC that someone could add to, subtract from, or otherwise modify to their heart's content...\n\nBut then I fired it up for the first time in about a year and started smelling ozone.\n\nSo now, my friends, I am selling an HTPC case that comes with the following (which may or may not work correctly):\n\n\nDigitalis Vision II HTPC case (beautiful and elegant)\nBlue Matrix Orbital VFD (vacuum florescent display)\nMSI PT-880 Neo motherboard w\/ digital audio output, SATA, USB 2.0\nPentium 4 processor w\/CoolJag CPU cooler\nATI Radeon 9700Pro graphics card \n200GB hard drive plus a separate system drive\n512MB PC2700 DDR RAM (with 2 slots available)\nCoolmax AP-400X 350W power supply\nCD-R\/RW\nDVD Drive\nADS Tech ATSC HDTV tuner card\nPromise Ultra133 TX2 dual channel PCI card\nRound IDE cables, Chassis fan\n\nI imagine that either the motherboard or the power supply is bad... probably not both... I simply do not know, nor will I invest further time to diagnose the problem.\n\nDo I hear $350 for this case full of parts? The case alone cost $329 new plus $89 for for the Vacuum Florescent Display.\n\nI am selling this AS-IS... No refunds, but it will arrive safely as I have the original box for the Digitalis HTPC case.\n\nShipping is a flat $25. I'll insure it for the price of the sale.\n\nRead the Editorial on this experience here.