Yay Arrivals: * My mouse turned up today. $4 +$9 PH. NOS. At least I have a mouse now for the RS232 port. I will play around with a 9pin to ps/2 adapter and see which mice i have that work. * My SD2IDE adapter turned up today. I will need to find my IDE cables I am tempted, i may make an offer on the card, but an SD2SCSI adapter is like $70 where my SD2IDE was like $10. I really do believe SD cards are the future for builds like this. You can transfer a huge amount of information to them very easily, very quickly, then stick it back into the machine. After you have formatted and set up the OS, you can copy across all the programs and software at 80mb/s. They are quiet, fast, have no moving parts, and are easily upgradable and replaceable. That case looks pretty horrid. No, I think I will quite like my Aywun. I think I am going to continue the blue power switch theme, have a blue Mhz display (controlled via something else). Of course blue LED's didn't become cheap and popular until the late 90's early 2000. Depending on who you believe, they weren't really viable/invented until 1993, well after the 386 prime.