I am working on a project that has one particular requirement that is beyond my expertise. http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=92646 This picture explains what I need fairly well Essentially I will be needing two PCBs (2"x12" in size) that will act as a pass-through connector allowing all of the cables from the various parts of the machine to connect in a central location and then interface with the motherboard tray through a second PCB. The two will connect together (using typical sized pins used for motherboard headers) when the tray is inserted. If there ends up being enough space left over an intergrated fan controller would also be extremely useful. Since the circuit is also extending the power/reset switches and LCD indication from the motherboard a front panel PCB may also be required (8" x 1" in size). I am more than willing to pay for this to be designed and made and I would appreciate any thought, comments, questions, etc. Edit: A theorietical requirement that I am not quite sure how to implement would be a locking mechanism that when the machine is powered-on will not allow the PCBs to be disconnected. I would love to hear any ideas on how to accomplish this.