Low-power, Low-profile RadioSport contesting at 50-watts took a giant organizational step. I worked out the ergonomics for the station and purchased a pair of saw horses ($32) and a door ($18) for a $50 total. My operating space expanded and my budget is still intact. The idea is to begin building around my Dell Dimension 2350 powered by a Pentium 4 microprocessor with hyper-threading (HT) technology. HT technology as stated on the Intel web page, "...[Y]ou get thread-level parallelism on each processor resulting in more efficient use of processor resources–higher processing throughput–and improved performance on today's multithreaded software." 73 from the shackadelic.