Total cost was minimal since the only hardware I needed were brackets. I had to bend them into the correct shape.Software was $5 for MasterCookbook and I'm using a rrial version of Pivot Pro. (works great but still looking for a free screen inverter for Win2K). I'm using WinAmp, also free, to play digital music.Submitted by Webshots member project109x
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