Okay, I had a really long post here, but I hit x on the tab on accident (FireFox), instead of bringing it into focus.
's a pretty good cart.
There's 2 sticks of 1GB DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) RAM, a nice Video Card (according to the fine people here at Tech-Forums.net), Dual-Core E6300 (Do you overclock?), A Motherboard to go with it, Vista Home Premium, a HIPER PSU, A good case, a 250GB Internal Hard Drive, and an IDE Combo Drive to top it off.
It's $75 over-budget, but there's $65 of mail-in rebates after that, so it's only $10 over. I assumed that, after $1000, you could pour in another 1,026 pennies, 205.2 nickels, 102.6 dimes, 41.04 quarters, 20.52 Half-Dollars, or 10.26 Silver-Dollars. I'd go into mixtures, but I think many people would agree I've done enough in calculating what amount of coins you would be handing over, grudgingly or otherwise, to NewEgg (Or UPS, if that is the case)
EDIT: Snow days shouldn't be THAT boring. My parents are gone, with a strict order of watching over my little brother. He wants to play on the other computer, so I'm stuck acting out the part of human calculator. Ugh.