Noice. I bought an Intel 430TX chipset motherboard from fleabay for cheap a few months back. I got it because it supports SD-RAM, although it doesn't have an AGP slot. The seller was overseas and when it arrived, they'd wrapped it in a single layer of bubblewrap then put it into a paper envelope and that's it. All the caps along one edge were pushed over, as was the bottom ISA slot, and one corner of the board was crushed so it basically has a 45 degree angle taken off the corner. I've pushed the ISA slot back in place and I'll replace the caps but I don't hold much hope for it. Since then I picked up a job lot of boards and CPUs. The auction didn't list what was in the lot, but I could see in the picture that one of the boards was a socket 7 with SD-RAM slots as well as an AGP slot, which was my main draw. It also came with a few 486DX2-66 CPUs, a 486SX-33, a 486DX4-100, a couple of P90s, a couple of P166MMX, and a AMD K6-266, as well as some other random CPUs (Athon XPs, etc.) and some other motherboards I'm not interested in. Most of the CPUs had bent pins, but a pair of tweezers and a bit of patience fixed that. At least that seller used anti-static bags and plenty of bubblewrap, not to mention packing them in a box. So I'll probably get around to putting together a system one of these weekends.