Okay, so the original idea was to simply upgrade my PC. The problem with that is my case is tiny as shit. My computer is verrrry light, very small. Hell, I remember watching my brother put both my wireless cards in this thing. It was funny because it was a pain to get in there. So, with my new job starting soon (and going off the assumption of me actually staying with it for a month or so), I want to build a new gaming PC. I'm aiming to save around $800-$900, but I am easily willing to save a bit longer if needed. This is where you guys come in. I'm not tech savvy in any way, shape or form. I'm watching through the Newegg videos of "How To build a Computer", hoping they can help a little bit. I'll probably do all my shopping on Newegg. That's where I got all the parts for my current PC. And good news! We don't have to bother with a monitor! Mine is still perfectly fine, although I may decide to aim for a dual monitor setup later in the future. The few things I know I'm looking for: 2+TB hard drive. My current hard drive I am very anal about. It currently has 238 GB of free space and I never like seeing it go below 200. I want enough space that I won't have to worry about space again. ^_^ With that in mind, I am hoping I can easily move the hard drive in my current pc over to the new one. It already has all the games that I want, and it would save time with getting Windows 7 installed. Is this possible to do? Mouse and keyboard are not an issue, mine are currently working fine. If I do decide to upgrade those, I can just head to BestBuy or something. Simple shit. Now comes the HARD part. Every other part. This is where I am completely lost. I'm not really aiming to get the greatest PC ever built, just going for a PC that I no longer have to worry about when it comes to new games. That's my biggest gripe right now is checking every game coming out to see if I can even run it. I want no more worries.