I decided it was time to stop collecting parts and actually turn them into a workable machine. Finding a complete AT case locally wasn't easy, but I eventually managed to find a basic AT case in reasonable condition. No Turbo button or display, but I don't mind. System Motherboard: ECS / Winbond WH386SX Motherboard Processor: AMD Am386SX 33MHz Memory: 16MB (4x 4MB SIMMs) Cards / Expansion Video: Trident TVGA8900C ISA-16 Video Card Sound: Creative Sound Blaster (Vibra) 16XV Sound Card (w/ Dedicated YMF262 "OPL3") Network: SMC EtherCard PLUS ELITE16T (8013WC) Storage Hard Disk: Western Digital Caviar 2700 (730.8MB) HDD (Limited in BIOS, 504MB) Floppy #1: Mitsumi 1.44MB 3.5" Floppy Drive (Model TBD) Floppy #2: Teac FD-55GFR 1.2MB 5.25" Floppy Drive CDROM: Sony CDU4811 IDE CD-ROM Power & Case Power Supply: Seasonic SS-200G 200W AT Power Supply Case: Generic, ComputerNet "CN" Branded (Specifications updated 4th Nov. 2018.) The computer is currently running MS-DOS 5.00a. It would be nice to swap some components out soon. A <500MB drive would be preferable for this board and BIOS, if I could source one. I considered replacing the Vibra 16XV with a Sound Blaster 16, but the Vibra's dedicated hardware YMF262 "OPL3" chip makes it the card of choice for this build. The ultimate aim is to use this machine for FM synthesis music composition and playback, and also run some classic DOS games on the native hardware.