Well, I have some bad news. Wedding plans have stalled this carpc for the moment. The 330 atom is running full time in my bedroom as a htpc. I have it hooked to my TV for movies. I have been able to watch any torrent movies along with playing some nostalgic sega and snes games. I will be trolling the FS forums for a cheap used PSU and Touch screen monitor. These are the final two items that are holding me back. I have decided to get rid of my head unit. I want to use the cars current amps, a wiring harness will allow me to do this.
I work in the car industry and I will be able to get a DD ford deck that is faulty for free. I think I will mount the Motherboard behind the dash and customize the cd deck to hold the mobo and HD. I still want the dvd drive in my center console. I believe this will be the cleanest way to install this pc and keep my cable mess to a minimum.
On a unrelated note to the car PC. I have a neighbor that is a wood worker, he says he can custom build a sub box (building sub boxes was how he started wood working 15 years ago in High School) for my trunk so that I can get my 10 inch sub and amp to fit better. Right now I have almost no trunk space to use.
I just have to say, this mobo has been flawless and running winxp since sept 25th and I have had no problems and we use this to surf the web, play dvds, divx, x264 movies and run old emulators for video games. This mobo has been just incredible for the price. I will be using this mobo for customers that just wana a net pc for cheap and plan on building one for my grandmother's christmas present!
Mobo 100 ish
HD 50 ish
Case - 50 ish with psu
optical - 30 ish
Monitor - 100 ish
Total 360 ish
Cheap, and fully functional for grandma!
On another side note, I spent 90 bucks for this board and am using a unused laptop HD, a PSU that I had, and a slim line dvd drive I had, along with a stick of ram I had laying around. Total cost of this system has been 110 bucks. I see this price going up, lilliput 7 inch monitor 180 ish, car PSU 80 ish. Total cost when done, about $370. Not bad!