Oh, yes. Pretencious as it sound. I decided this about a ear ago (midle of 2013). it was wen i saw this wonderfull machine for the first time in my life. Yep, I never knew about it till then, so i was shocked for the beautiful design on this thing. So...Last week i bought one (1.42ghz, 2gb ram, bluetooth and airport from obb, nearly new from a cosmetic view....) I'm a laptop - electronic level - technician. I already can confirm that a mini-itx + PSU + Heatsink and fan + 2.5" SSD will easily fit were the eMac logic board was before (Removing also the DVD drive). Not enough room for ATX PSU but i have some idea about a stand were the emac body will be sitting on, and there will the PSU be. But actually all of this dont matter at all, since i have to do something huge first: Hack the eMac"s CRT. Im planning on starting to make a few test in the upcoming days, and of course the key here will be the IVAD TO LOGIC BOARD CABLE, responsable for carrying vga and i2c signals to the monitor. So before any attemp i was looking to Leo's Bodnar web page (Famous for hacking things to do the opossite...using the logicboard without the CRT): http://www.lbodnar.dsl.pipex.com/eServer/ and there, scrolling down to were the pictures are, is a funny one of theCRT's analog board that call my attention: http://www.lbodnar.dsl.pipex.com/eServer/L-IMG_0688.JPG Now look at that connector and if you try to figure labels out, maybe you will notice the same as my; PWRON pin, should mean POWER ON?? What you think should be there? +5 from pin 9 on VGA port from a standard motherboard may be enough? Every inside on this will be usefull to my, but maybe, maybe someone has a better undestanding of the eMac's guts to know if this mean POWER ON and what is needed to make it work (Maybe even Leo Bodnar himself read this and have the answer to my question). Sorry about my nasty English... Thank for reading and stay close to see updates in the future.