I got into modding when I decided to build my own Smurf at Uni. Damn thing is so unreliable. I don't even use it any more. A couple of good rules with modding:
Never mod your main machine unless you really know exactly what you are doing; Don't bite off more than you can chew: Some great ideas simply aren't worth the time, hassle and/or money; Necessity is the mother of invention. Try and build something genuinely useful, or just make something look really cool;
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