Although Creative Labs (cue Imperial March) bought out Cambridge Soundworks a few years back, the coaxial SPDIF input on these speakers works perfectly with my Turtle Beach Santa Cruz sound card. I know some folks will say it's best to do the digital/analog conversion on the sound card rather than at the amp, but I have to disagree here. These puppies sound great, and they're incredibly free of noise and hiss. I find myself cranking up the volume way past where it should be during song intros, because there's no noise. I didn't realize how much I was keying in on noise to choose volume levels until the noise was gone. Not that I miss it.
I also scored an Antec SX-635 case. The 635 is pretty much just a smaller version of the SX-830 or SX-1030, both of which garnered rare 11 scores on our world-famous 11-point scale. I have wanted to quiet down the DamageBox for a while now, and I finally decided that its SuperMicro SC-750A case was just too freaking huge. It's not easy to get into a Pee Cee and tinker when you need a forklift in order to turn it on its side. And fourteen fans is probably too many; the B-52 effect does get old after a while. The SX-635 is smaller, quieter, and endowed with Antec's marvelous design.
I'm trying to decide whether to stock it with a nice overclocker's KT266A mobo or to throw in a dually Tiger MP. Ah, decisions.