I'm having issues registering for the Bohemia support site so I thought I'd try in here in the mean time. As the title suggests, I'm looking at building a PC for the sole purpose of running VBS2's Desktop Trainer and Developer Suite, and it needs to be pretty good while still being in budget. Would any of you fine fellows care to share your opinions on a suitable spec for the machine? As a minimum I want to be able to run it all at 80-90% of maximum settings, preferably at full whack. If possible I also want it to be future-proof-enough that, when VBS3 comes out, it can at least handle it to a playable degree. Bohemia say that multi-core functionality isn't utilised in 2 yet, but they're working on it. Any decent processor by today's standards will be at least dual-core, but quad- is probably OTT. They also say that any 64-bit system, or one with more than 3.5GB RAM, is susceptible to problems. 32-bit Vista is an almost-certainty but I know that 3GB RAM isn't exactly "future-proof". Rough costings would be appreciated, but given my supply route I can expect a mighty markup on whatever I go with.