Shuttle is bringing out three new PCs for March's CeBIT to accompany the X100 we saw yesterday. Their new front runner is their first Viiv PC, the SD365M, a barebones PC compatible with Intel's 915G Express chipset and sporting an integrated VFD status display. If you can swallow the $480 price tag -- for a case -- it seems like quite the mini PC. The SN21G5 keeps the same G5 form factor of the SD365M, but loses the VFD display and Viiv compatibility, opting for a nForce 410 board and supporting AMD chips. No word on price or availability, but it should undercut the SD365M by quite a bit. Shuttle is wrapping up with the M2000, a followup to their of M1000 of last year. There's no barebone option here, but the specs aren't so shabby, including a Core Duo processor, dual TV tuners, analog and digital TV out, and DVD dual layer recording. There is also a VFD display in front, but we're not sure when it's due or what it'll cost.