Legacy free motherboard

I'm currently looking for a legacy-free Socket A motherboard.

Things that could (and should) go are:
* PS/2 connectors
* Serial connectors
* Parallell connector
* Floppy connector

I want it to have as little onboard-stuff as possible (so no integrated audio, network etc) since I have good PCI-cards for those needs. USB (2.0 and possibly FireWire) should be on the card though.

Now for the question, does anyone know of such a motherboard? The closest I've found yet is the MAX series by abit, but that's not much more than a press release right now.
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  1. Yes, and they could get rid of the IDE controller also!

    What's the frequency, Kenneth?
  2. Why?

    <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i>
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