Yeah i know its not the most exciting project but thought it would share my build log for my new home server. The server is a HP ProLiant MicroServer which has 4 hard drive bays and 1 5.25 bay which i have added another driver to, gigabit ethernet, esata, 6 usb ports 200w power supply and a small foot print. Now i know your probably bored as servers are not particulary exciting but the price of this thing is the exciting part. The cheapest you can get it online is £221.00 which i think is a good price but what makes it even better is that HP give you a 100.00 cash back when you buy this server making it only 121.00 for a full home server!! Here are some pics: Shot of the motherboard it looks very basic but it only has on it what it needs. I have stuck in 4gb of ddr3 ram and a 2 port sata pcie card so i can add an extra 2 hard drives in the future (they would have to be 2.5 drives though). The board is passivly cooled and has as mentioned above a pci express slot ( a friend of mine had put in a cheap nvidea 220 here as he using the server as his media play back box). It also has an onboard usb port so you could install say ready nas on a usb stick and boot from that. View of the top of the case, the only fan in this case is the 120mm fan at the back, its pretty quiet. I have just fasten my 2.5 drive in the 5.25 bay, could defo fit a few more in there in the future. Shot of the front of the case with the hard drives fitted. It is a verty tight sqeeze in there. Back of the case you can see the exhaust 120mm fan and the rest of the rear inputs Front of the case with the door shut. The hp logo has a blue led behind it which looks nice. Towards the top off the case there is a hard drive and network indicator lights and the power button and below that you have 4 usb ports. And finally a shot of it in its new home. Im super happy with my new server, its preety quiet and looks nice and performs well.