Thank you. I can't really take credit for it though, it's because my stepfather was a bit of a nut. For my birthday in 1988, he gave me parts to build my own PC. For four years before that, he had been teaching me how PCs are put together using our IBM PC (Model 5150) that he bought in 1984 (for $1500!).
I found out years later that just the ATi EGA Wonder card in my first build had cost over $500CAD by itself
! He had been using it for a year in our IBM PC but he got himself a 386DX-20 with an ATi VGA Wonder for it so I guess it was just a really expensive hand-me-down.
Add to that a 286-16 CPU, a Biostar Baby AT motherboard, 1MB of RAM and two 20MB MFM hard drives with an RLL controller to double their capacity. Then of course the case and the 250W PSU (which was considered potent back then). I made that thing last by using it for a BBS in the early 90s.
If you've been at it for 28 years, then the only knowledge I have that you don't is completely irrelevant today (because it's from the 80s). This isn't exactly rocket science, it's just personal computers and I would consider your opinion to be just as valid as mine.
I'm not the egotistical type and I generally don't say anything about other posts. If I agree with it, I say so but I will also say if a recommendation is potentially harmful (like recommending a generic POS PSU) or excessively stupid (like someone quoting LoserBenchmark).