Heads up all. I haven't seen this anywhere else, but this is from a reputable magazine. The February 2003 IEEE Spectrum Magazine reported that large numbers of motherboards are being sent into shops for repair because of electrolyte leaking out of the large aluminum electrolytic capacitors used on the motherboards. According to the article ABIT and IBM MB's have been heavily hit. Other brand MB's are denying any problem but are also showing up at the shops. The article title is: Leaking Capacitors Muck up Motherboards by Yu-Tzu Chiu (Taipei) & Samuel K. Moore Anyone else see anything on this?