Think I managed to snag a MSI MS-6905 Master rev 2.3 slotket; we'll see if I got got when it rolls in within the next week.
Also have a Gigabyte GA-6BXC Rev 1.7 (with 128MB RAM and a Celeron 400MHz attached, not that it matters too much, at least not as much as the included backplate), 3 VIA C3s ( 2x 866AMhz, 1x 1.0AGhz because who knows what's a Ezra/-T/Nehemian. Supposedly the 1.0AGHz is an Ezra-T), and one of those TL866II EEPROM programmers I've been meaning to grab for some BIOS flashing (and possibly fixing a S478 gigabyte board I have that's giving me issues). Also on the way is a 3Com 3C905B-TXNM 10/100 adapter so I can see if I can't get FreeDOS to connect to my netshare holding all of my retro program/game image backups (also for making images of some floppies I have) and some other S370 to Slot 1 adapter with jumpers for voltage settings, but only down to 1.6V (bought this before I found the MS-6905)
From my (post buy) digging, I've actually grabbed a pretty decent board (assuming it survives the shipping) to pair with one of the C3s for some SetMul + RayeR SMB fun (though most stuff I've seen relating to the board on here talks about the later revisions, typically 2.0). All that is gonna be replacing the 200MMX setup I have now
I'd like to say the next week is gonna be fun, but that 1GHz C3 wont get here until like a week later due to coming from China and it's the important part if it happens to be Ezra-T. Hopefully I wont have to touch the DOS machine after this, but I said that when I got the Orpheus in there =3=
Win98+DOS: VIA C3 Ezra-T 1.0AGHz, 128MB RAM, AWE64 + Orpheus, GeForce 4 MX460 AGP, 128GB SD card
PowerMac G4 QS 800MHz + GeForce4 Ti4200, OS 9
PowerMac G5 DP 1.8Ghz + ATi x800 XT, Leopard