hard drive brands Ok, I'm building a comp for some friends of mine. They're older, in their 50's and basically need a comp to surf the web, check e-mail and do word processing. That's about as intense as their use gets. So I'm going a celeron 2 Ghz on a SOYO mobo. As far as hard drives go, I'm looking at brands now since all other specs in the range I'm looking for are essentially the same, to include price. I'm talking IDE hard drives, Ultra ATA 100, 7200 rpm, 2 mb cache, 40 Gb. Also looking at burner brands as well. What brands do you consider tops? Also, leave comments and suggestions here for the computer I'm building them. Remember, it doesn't need a lot of punch for heavy computing cause they won't be doing any. The most advanced stuff they'll be doing is burning cd's. Here's what I have in mind: HDD's: Maxtor Seagate Western Digital Burner's: Artec Mercury IBM Optorite Plextor Sony TDK Proposed Setup: P4 2.0 Celeron - $70 Soyo - P4I 845PE Lite - Intel Socket 478 ATX Mobo - $30 40 Gb HDD, 7200 RPM - (have on hand) 512 PC2700 DDR SDRAM - $60 64 Mb AGP Video - (have on hand) 52x32x52x CD-RW - $30 1.44" floppy - (have on hand) Soundblaster Sound - (have on hand) 300W Mid-Tower case - $30 56k modem - (have on hand) So, any thoughts on this setup? Any thoughts on good parts websites (I've been using tigerdirect.com)? Any thoughts on how to keep the price down?