well i decided i need a temp case for my computer until i build the case for it, which will be a few weeks yet so i started to look around my basement for storage containers, i then stumbled upon an old picknic basket and my head started thinking......wicker a material that can take heat changes well, plyable, and also allows generous air flow between the weaving. SPECS: AMD 3700+ A8N-SLI-Premium GeForce 6600GT WD 80gig SATA Antec NeoPower 480watt PSU I started with the wicker basket and removed a ring around the interior that help seat the lid when closed, other wise the mobo would have trouble being put in. I then located the location where i would need to cut a rectanglar hole for the rear ports, found the placement then cut the wicker with my wire cutters. The nice thing about the basket and wicker is it really is a bunch of rectangular sections with how it is woven. I then went to mount it in and realized that the second DVI plug on my video card was hitting the internnal frame of the opening of the basket, i then removed some wicker and carved the reed frame out a little bit to allow for the port to slide in. I then took part of the ring that was in the interior to seat the lid and cut it down to turn into a strap to hold the harddrive next to the mobo. I was not able to place the power supply into the case though due to space restrictions Right now with the lights off in my room the blue LED's on the video card create this neato blue light that shine through the weaving of the wicker. Unfortunently the LED's are to dim to be able to see it decently in a picture All in all it turned out into a neat 45min case, and i'm the only one around to say that my computer case is Amish Approved.