At the moment, I am fully happy with my current PC as far as everyday usage goes, but when it comes to reviewing SSDs, it only has SATA 2.0 on-board (Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4), making it unsuitable for reviewing any modern SATA 3.0 SSD. With a neighbour looking to purchase a Core i5 based PC for video editing and having little luck finding a store stocking one for a reasonable price, I thinking of selling him my current build, which makes it an ideal time for a new build. Here is what I propose getting for my build: Intel Core i5-2500K: 3.3GHz, 6MB cache ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Rev 3.0 LGA1155: Intel P67, DDR3, ATX, B3 Stepping Corsair XMS3 8GB (2x4GB): DDR3, 1600MHz, CL9, 1.65v Antec 300 Three Hundred case: Black Corsair builder series CX600 600W ATX PSU LGe 10x BD-RW: Includes Cyberlink BD software LiteOn DVD-RW 22x SATA: Black Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus 120mm CPU cooler XFX ATI Radeon 5570 HD: 1GB DDR2, PCIe, HDMI So far I have never found myself lacking processing power, but I do carry out the occasional video editing and re-encoding, so this i5 CPU should suit my needs, with some overclocking potential. The only concern I have is with the ASUS motherboard - My last three ASUS boards failed between 1 and 3 years of use: 2 x AMD based A7N8X-E's and a P5W DH Deluxe. The main reason I'm going for this one is that I've heard lots of positive feedback about this, so hopefully ASUS' reliability has since improved. I don't play any games and am not into heavy CPU overclocking. The graphics card just needs to be fit to play smooth HD video. As mentioned above, I do plan using this build for upcoming SSD reviewing, so would like this to get the maximum out of SATA-600 SSDs and potentially PCIe based SSDs also. I may also review eSATA, USB3.0 and other types of SSDs. I have no intention of reviewing any other type of hardware. E.g. I have no interest in taking on RAM, CPUs, etc. for review. Ideally, I'd like to keep the cost of the build as much as possible, which is the reason I'm not going for higher end RAM, case, etc. I might also leave out the BD-RW drive. Any comments or suggestions are welcome.