I've got a couple of questions regarding builing a PC. I used to build my own computers "back in the day", but I have been out of the hardware loop for a while. I've been buying pre-builts systems from Dell, etc.. The last PC I built had a Celeron 500 on an Asus PB2 motherboard. That's about where I stopped paying attention. Anyways, I am looking for the best "bang for the buck" in motherboard and CPU's. I want to build a gaming / home PC. Probably around 3.0 3.2 ghz. 80 gig drive, decent video card (for playing Doom 3, HL2). Anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking of going AMD to save cost, but is that really the case anymore? Does AMD save you any money? I am looking to avoid the PCI Express boards due to the cost.