I've lurked here long enough and walked into Micro Center enough to give me the motivation to make my case entirely from scratch after looking at a shelf full of cases but not the one I want. The title of this build has no meaning. I gave it the most random name I came up with while sounding Japanese for this post. Like Häagen-Dazs. Sounds Dutch, but has no meaning. The materials chosen will be limited to a budget of some sort and my abilities because the costs involved can blow past an estimate of $3000. The main gist of this build: Segregate GPU due to heat output compared to other components Includes air filter of some sort with enough airflow instead of a mesh screen Make it float Wireless Qi Charger The Build Itself Going Forward. Desktop Screenshot 2021.07.18 - 18.43.35.07 by Dellyjoughnut posted 18 Jul 2021 at 18:50 Desktop Screenshot 2021.07.18 - 18.43.08.18 by Dellyjoughnut posted 18 Jul 2021 at 18:50 I used Fusion 360 to get a sense of what I am working with. I haven't settled on the orientation of the PSU and storage drives. They will be on the right side of the case. A small portion of what I designed in Fusion will be referenced in the build such as the case and placement of components. Aluminum Extrusion Frame by Dellyjoughnut posted 18 Jul 2021 at 18:35 The whole case will use aluminum extrusions as the skeleton of the build. This is what I am starting with. Dimensions are 19" x 26" x 25" (Width x Depth x Height in inches) for the frame. Aluminum extrusions are 1" x 1". The dimension itself is large enough to house 2 computers in one frame. I made it this large to have adequate airflow through air filters I want to use but haven't decided which ones. I do not plan to use mesh-type filters on PCs. I'm currently waiting for the corner brackets to come in.