Thanks for the suggestions! I've got Lynx running nicely now. The graphical browsers were just too much for the under-clocked 486. Too lazy to put a heatsink on it, so I took it to 50mhz. Runs much cooler.
The Toshiba uses Conner CP-3044 or CP-3000 drives, according to SpidersWeb's website. I don't have the T3200SX with me, so I can't check what mine is. Though, I'll probably go with the XT version of the AT-IDE boot ROM that lets you use any drive. Saves relying on a 20 or more year old drive. I'll probably put a CF-IDE drive in there. I might put a weight in there to keep it all balanced.
Thanks for the offer though!
Still no real progress with the PSU. There should be some soon though, so I'll post back then. In the meantime, I've acquired a huge amount of 30 pin RAM, so I'm sure at least one stick will work in the computer. It's be nice to have some extra RAM since I'll be doing a lot of music related stuff on the computer.
Amiga 4000: Apollo Turbo 040, 128MB Fast, 40gb HDD, CD-ROM (needs internet)
C64: 1541U-II, MixSID, WiFi, LumaFix64
ZX Spec, A1200, CD32, MacPlus/SE, A500, BBC Turbo Master (NASA), 2600, Acorn 4000, VIC-20, IBM 5155, GameBoy