Hey there, this is my first post here and I just wanted to show you guys some case designs I've been working on. First is the Greylith, a vertical ITX case much like the Silverstone FT-03 Mini. exploded view of how the parts come together. The concept with this case is that there is an inner chassis which is open and easy to work in, then the outer panels will be attached to it to give the overall structure strength and rigidity. This gives the case an industrial, functional look, with plenty of visible screws on the outside. There will be a lot of careful bends to be done. Everything will be made out of 3mm thick aluminum. Dimensions for the case are (LWH): 202 x 246 x 391 mm, ~19.4L Dimensions without the top and bottom voids: 202 x 246 x 295 mm, ~14.6L This case came about from my frustration with using my Cooler Master Elite 110, mainly how the heat from the GPU is exhausted inside the tiny case and the fact that GPU choice is very limited . The case can hold: -Two 3.5" drives, Three SSDs -A single thick 140mm rad -SFX-L power supplies -Graphics cards up to 289mm long Now, I know what you're thinking, is a single thick rad enough to cool both a GPU and a CPU? I know there's rules like 'one 120 per component', but it has been done before, and I'm not overclocking (I don't even have an unlocked processor) so things should be fine, it just limits me to more power efficient components. On top of the limited cooling capacity, this case has a few flaws, one is that the I/O ports are hard to reach after the top part gets screwed on. The other flaw is that taking the front cover off will take about 12 screws, which will make cleaning/maintenance a pain in the ass. But, I like the design and the concept behind it, so I can live with these Here's my current system specs: i5-4440 Gigabyte GA-H87N-WiFi Kingston 2x8GB DDR3 1600MHz Crucial MX100 256GB WD Blue 1TB & Seagate 2TB Zotac Standard GTX 970 500W Super Flower PSU Along with this case I'll also be making another case to go along with it, probably from leftover aluminum. It's a super simple tiny case (185x16x232mm, ~6.8L) that comes together with two parts and is meant to take advantage of short mini-itx graphics cards. I named it the Greyling because it's smaller It only has a single 92mm fan for intake, only accepts low profile CPU coolers and SFX power supplies, but damn is it cute and portable Here's a more recent render with both cases, I ditched the reset switch on the Greylith. The build will probably start in around a month depending on when I can get my hands on some aluminum. So there you go, any feedback? Also, can anyone recommend a good 140mm radiator fan?