I'm thinking of building a PC for use with my church sound system. It would be used primarily for live recording (single track), and music playback. It would also be used for Power Point and some DVD/video playback, and of course, some audio editing on the side. My biggest concerns and having plenty of storage space for tons of audio files, and DVD/CD burning capabilities. I've come up with.... Shuttle AK38N MB Athalon XP 2400+ processor 1gb DDR memory from crucial 120gb Seagate 7200rpm HD Altel 52x24x52 CDRW Benq 4x4x12 DVD+RW Logitec cordless kbd/mouse Benq 15" LCD monitor GE Force FX5200 128mb AGP vc I have a guy that's donating a professional soundcard with the I/O connections I need. The total with other odds and ends thrown in is right under $1000. My budget limit is $1200. What else could I throw in here that would better suit it for the task? I'm not up to speed at all on video cards, so I really have no idea of the one I've included. It will be used for projection temporarily, but that's not the main concern. I just don't want to spend more than $150 on video. I also thought about using SCSI HD's, but that would put me so far over budget that I think I'll drop that off the wish list. Any suggestions from the recording gurus out there? I know there are machines that are made for this, but I want something PC based for familiarities sake. And for $$ sake, I don't want to get into too much professional or specialty equipment. Just something that I can make good single track recordings with and play back A/V files and DVD's.