Personally, unless you need the small form-factor, I'd be looking at ATX sized boards. As I mentioned, they generally are more "full-featured".
This case is not really heavy, and it has excellent airflow. I don't know how old the design is, but it works for me just fine. This case is steel, not aluminum, but not real heavy.Compiler said:Jackdw - Please check out your local PC store where you can see, feel and pick up the case. I linked you a good low-cost case w/PSU for ya - thats not expensive. JohnWill's case is quite good, very old thou - as that design has been on the market for about 8 years (unless its a copy of a classic with a light-weight interior) - its hard to tell... There were 2 versions of that OLD design... very HEAVY metal (which I used to own) and ultra light-weight alum... but those tend to cost more.
The really really cheap cases don't have airflow and will cut-ya, fall apart faster, have failing USB ports / buttons.