We want to see some photos when its done ....
How about a "Build your own PC ... " tutorial thread with lots of pictures?
I'm going to write a nice formal article about it on my website, with pictures and everything. And it will be all on one page, so it will probably be a long article. One thing I learned from all this: I HATE all these multi-page articles from these hardware review sites. Seriously, what is UP with that!!? Who started this? I can't stand how one site will do something, and then everyone will start copying it just because their website content is similar. Who's the person that said, "I have a hardware review site, so I should make all my articles 7 pages long." It's so freaking ridiculous. Most of these articles go way overboard, they literally have like 2 paragraphs per page. It uses up about 2 inches of your screen, maybe an inch and a half wide. Absolutely insane.
I had to read so many articles for this website, and they were ALL multi-page articles. Such bullshit, excuse my language. Intro, packaging, benchmark 1, benchmark 2, benchmark 3, analysis 1, analysis 2, analysis 2, summary, conclusion. I'm so sick of it. I'm tired of people turning the web into a useless advertising machine. All anyone cares about is where you click. Click here to expand, click here to continue, click here for single page. Get the F--- out of here.
One thing I pay very close attention to on my website is the organization and content of it. I want it easily readable, I want the articles to be a pleasant experience. I want the navigation as easy and painless as possible. I don't do multi-part articles unless the subject matter warrants it. I try not to have too much area wasted on side panels and extraneous stuff besides the main article (although I can't control this as well as I'd like until I learn to modify the themes better). I am very concerned about productivity, efficiency, and most of all a relaxing and fun experience.
Why do all these people feel like they have to make every part of life a living hell for everyone just to make money? People need to understand that there is a ton of money out there for people who do things right and make life easier for people. You don't always have to cheat or take shortcuts. I can't even watch TV anymore because of the amount of commercials. I wait for a series to come out on DVD, and watch an entire season in one weekend. That's nice! And you know what?! Even when they put series available on the web, like NBC does with The Office, they make that a living hell by making you watch a commercial before the episode plays. And why is the commercial always louder than the episode?! Furthermore, why does it seem like the commercials always run flawlessly on the computer, but there will often be hangups or choppy video for the actual episode?! Why don't the commercials every have issues? This is not just NBC, this is all video websites with commercials. Hmm...makes you wonder. And then networks wonder why people download episodes. I'll tell you why. You download an episode, and it runs flawlessly and very speedily on even your old-ass computer.
We all have enough of our own personal problems to be barraged by these other things that needlessly complicate our lives. Time is precious.