OK everyone, here's an idea.. Does anyone here make a living building computers for neighbors, friends, etc and does not go beyond say 12 miles for a service call? I built my first machine last year, and it worked flawlessly. Only thing I forgot to do was connect the PCI-E power to the graphics card and it powered right up. This year, I upgraded it with a new home built machine. I uninstalled everything old, reinstalled everything new into the case, and once I fixed the overheating problem, it's been running perfectly for close to two weeks now. I would love to do this as a career. I would recomend to people what I think would be good for their system based off what I find at newegg..... they'd buy it, send it to my location, along with whatever programs and CD's they want me to install, and I'd build it. Put it through the 3Day test to see that there are no problems and then hand it over. The problem is, I don't know any of the advanced techinician stuff. I can do basic trouble shooting like I did with the Overheating (and some help from online folks ).....I have a few programs that have helped me clean up windows from time to time.... but how many people would buy just a well built computer with little to no support after it's built, other than part warranty? Also, how much would you charge for putting together a machine? How much would you charge for a service call? This would be a much easier job idea than my last one, since the last one involved a much steeper learning curve.....but there are still the fine details to work out with this one. I am also considering going to a technical school here in Jersey, but I'm wondering if one is even needed if you already know the basics... For those who do this, or know someone who does, any advice is appreciated .