By the way: We also got one of the three PCs discussed in this thread going last night, with one of the NVMe drives in it for another guy. Two things: When we fired it up, some HP stuff came up, saying that no boot drive could be found, and offering to automatically download everything and restore the system. So we gave that a try. It download Win10 and everything seemed to work fine through the setup, until we got to trying to set it up on our network. At that point, the NIC wouldn't work, and it turned out there was no driver for that device. This seemed odd since it had just downloaded all of Win10! Nonetheless, we could not figure out how to work around this catch 22 of having no way to download a driver for the NIC without a working NIC to allow us to download said driver. I'm sure we could have found a driver and used a thumb drive or whatever to get it into that PC, but since we already had a thumb drive loaded up with a bootable Win10 installer (which we'd used to set up a different PC a few hours earlier), I deleted all of the partitions the first attempt had created on the drive, and then we restarted booting from the thumb drive. That worked just fine. Second: We took that machine to my friend's house, and using a Display Port to HDMI adapter cable, hooked it up to his Samsung QLED TV. Man! In 4K, that setup is phenomenal. What an amazing display. Stupidly, though, I didn't think to bring a smaller display from work so we could find out if we could run one 4K along with one 1080P monitors both at the same time. That's what we want to try to do at work with one of these PCs. But this really is a stunning display. We had some screen captures of the MMI displays we'll be using, and every single pixel looked perfect with four 1080P screens showing on that one 4K display. That will make for a really nice display to let us see a ton of plant operation info all at once without needing to switch between windows. And for this guy at home, this may end up being a great media server setup depending on what he ends up wanting. I know these little PCs would make a heck of a Blue Iris machine!