Hello community and greetings from Finland! First post and first build too, I have build many computers to stock cases and modified few. Nothing serious so far, here is few pictures of my latest HTPC-case: Hardware: Coolermaster Elite 120 Advanced i5-3570k + Antec Kuhler 920 Asus P8H77-I G.Skill 1600 4Gb OZC 60Gb Vertex 3 Sleeved the PSU (first time), not happy with it. I didn't open the connectors, just cutted the wire -> sleeve -> shrink tube -> solder. I took about 25cm off from every wire. All cables will be sleeved eventually. Color is from Harley-Davidson color chart, some pearl variant. This case is still on hold, the front panel plastic "leaked" black color to base and final coat. I think the plastic primer did not do the job it was meant to do. Now, back to business: The base of this build was found on my workplace, which imports tools, chemicals and several other stuff. I found 3 old oil cans laying in a dusty compartment above shower room, had to reach out and take a picture of them. (Sorry for bad image quality, used my SGS3) They are dated to 1971-1973, the label says: Silkolene Lubricants Dalton & Co. Ltd The Oil Refinery - Belber Derbyshire England Phone 2374 ^You in UK, does this ring any bells?^ Glad to have some info. Plan is to make, like the title says, a compact portable LAN-case. The handle is ready, all i have to do is squeeze the parts inside. Here is few pre-plan sketches, i modeled the can with Sketchup: Must have: Side window Water cooling CPU+GPU (have only experience on that Antec 920) Hardware (planned): CPU: i-7 3770k MBO: mATX Asus MAXIMUS V GENE Intel Z77 GPU: 7970/GTX680 All parts will be attached to a rig, which slides out from back. I'll be back tomorrow. Comments, suggestions? Please, leave a message.