The Giggabyte G41M-S2L appears to be the direct "replacement" for the G31m-S2l.. an old favourite of mine.. http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products...board&ProductID=3024&ProductName=GA-G41M-ES2L Now available for $72 It boast the G41 chipset combined with the Venerable ICH7 southbridge Pros Cheap Reasonable overclocking settings appears to support bsel mods.. (but Doesn't appear to do much) X4500 on board graphics. Native PATA support Support basically every socket 775 produced... http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/CPUSupport_Model.aspx?ProductID=3024 PCIe-x16 graphic slot (unlike the higher models which only have a x4 slot) Tiny sized board. smaller than the typical microatx board Cons Still the problem of lowerst memory divisor of 1:2.66C with 200FSB CPUs Odd FSB behaviours. with a likely FSB wall between 300-333 with some FSB 200 CPUS.. 2 dimm slots only. The PCI-e x1 slot only support a small card due to the ram slot position). onyl three audio jacks on the io shield to be shared. Northbirdge appears to get reasonable hot.. Support pciexpress 1.0 only.. NOT 2.0 No DVI... or HDMI... Regarding overclocking.. I've taken my E1200 to 8x333 = 2.66ghz. and my E5200 to 266x12.5 = 3.33ghz.. just as a test.. the Ctrl F1 key is no longer needed to access advanced options.. This baord is probably ideal for a cheap upgrade system.. $72 for the board.. reuse your old socket 775 cpu.. or a new E6300 with VT for $107 2x2gig ddr2-800 = $58 $237 gets you a motherboard, CPU and 4gig of ram.. and overclocking potential as well.. The motherboard also works with 20pin power supplies.. so long you have a p4 4 pin cable ... you can also reuse you old PATA harrdidsk and optical drive. given the single native ICH7 PATA controller.