For all u users who were looking for a USB 2 Card Reader, they're now at Dick Smith! Theyre only $45 and theyre not bad (Apacer)

I replaced my floppy with one. If your BIOS supports USB booting you can use this for cams and bootdisks/updating your BIOS.

Just type in www.dse.co.nz and XH8150 in search.

Complete USB Specification 2.0 Compatibility
Backward compatible with USB 1
Supports MultiMediaCard (MMC), Microdrive, CompactFlash (CF), Secure Digital (SD), SmartMedia (SM), MemoryStick (MS) & MemoryStick Pro (MS⁄PRO)
Supports Simultaneous Operation of All Above Devices (Only One at a Time of Each of the Following Groups Supported: CF or ATA Drive, SM or XC or NAND, SD or MMC)
Enhanced CF Support to Allow True Sequential Read Operations to Improve Throughput
Connection: 2x Internal USB 2.0 flying leads with SIL pin connectors backward compatible with USB1.1. Please note that this card reader will only connect to a header on your motherboard.
Power: USB bus powered.
Mounting: 3.5 Bay design for all desktop PCs
Dimensions: (W)101.6 x (H)25.4 x (D)140mm
Operating System Support: Windows 98⁄ 98SE⁄ 2000⁄ ME⁄XP & USB capable versions of Linux & Mac
USB Identifiers: VID:10DF PID:0500
Chipset: SMSC USB97C210 USB 2.0 flash Media controller
Warranty: 12 months return to Dick Smith Electronics